More than 40% of planning permissions for telecommunications masts ... Phone mast to stay for nine months despite outcome of judicial review...
Plans for 18m mobile mast in village centre rejected
Galway County Council has refused planning permission for an 18m high mobile telecoms mast in the centre of Aughrim village...
Planners say 20-metre-high pole would have caused significant harm
Brentford's Local Web site
Mega-mast Proposal for Wellmeadow Road Allotments ... The mast, which would have had two transmission dishes for the mobile network's 5G signals,...
Fury over Three phone mast towering over Walsall homes
The 15 metre high mast on Tynings Lane to improve 5G network coverage in the area...
Plans for 'eyesore' 5G mast in Coventry street rejected
A council officer acknowledged the pros of the mast in introducing and improving 5G in the area, resulting in better broadband and mobile connections...
Fight launched to stop plans for 'eyesore' 5G mast in Coventry
The petition on the city council website states: “Residents are concerned that the proposed 5G phone mast on Sutton Avenue will be located troo close...
Plans for 20m mobile phone mast in Coventry as firm addresses health concerns
Plans have been drawn up for a mobile phone mast near a residential area of Coventry. The structure would be 20m tall - and the firm behind it has...
Camlough residents concerned over proposed phone mast
A group of Camlough residents have raised concerns about plans for a phone mast close to their homes. A planning application has been lodged for a...
Residents' fury over 15 metre high 6G mast that appeared without warning
Manchester Evening News
He continued: “I appreciate we absolutely need 21st century communications - I'm never off my phone or the internet - and their claim to provide top-...
'Eyesore' mast must go, urges councillor | We Are Tyrone
Dungannon Councillor Barry Montieth has requested that the unsightly phone mast, be removed from the Hill of O'Neill. MC 7. Ronan McSherry...
Decision to turn down plans for 'eyesore' 5G mast hailed as 'victory for residents'
Campaigners are celebrating after plans to install an 'eyesore' phone mast in a Coventry neighbourhood were refused by the council...
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