11
Okt
2005

WILL VODAFONE BE THE FIRST OF THE MOBILE PHONE INDUSTRY TO TAKE A RESPONSIBLE STANCE ON SITING OF MOBILE PHONE MASTS?

PRESS RELEASE

Eileen O'Connor well known campaigner for the responsible siting of mobile phone masts and a trustee of RRT (Radiation Research Trust) is meeting at Westminster on Wednesday 12th October with a team of representatives from VODAFONE including Dr Rob Matthews at a closed meeting. They will discuss the recent news that people suffering from Electrosensitivity caused by EMF's from mobile phone masts is now being generally accepted. Attendees at this meeting include Andrew Mitchell MP for Sutton Coldfield, Eileen who will be representing a lady who is suffering extreme electrosensitive symptoms, and fellow trustees of RRT. Two members of the Scientific and Technology Committee will also be attending, Dr Ian Gibson MP and Mr Phil Willis MP.

VODAFONE have also agreed to a closed meeting to be held on Friday 14th October at The Belfry Hotel, Sutton Coldfield from 10.00.am. to 12.00.a.m. between 6 stakeholders including residents of Eachelhurst Road, Walmley, Sutton Coldfield, and Vodafone representatives again including Dr Rob Matthews, and a representative from Birmingham City Council Planning Department. This meeting is in response to over 200 objections to a planning application from Vodafone for a mast to be sited close to residential homes and a nature reserve, in spite of the fact that Birmingham City Council turned down a similar application three years ago by another company. Feelings were running so high regarding this application that an action group was formed called EMAG (Eachelhurst Mast Action Group), and a plan of action was formed. This has resulted in VODAFONE agreeing to the closed meeting. It is hoped Vodafone will reconsider the site after reviewing all evidence EMAG will present. Eileen O'Connor has kindly agreed to attend this meeting and will be presenting evidence of her own.

IT IS APPRECIATED THAT VODAFONE ARE AT LEAST LISTENING TO US AND ARE PREPARED TO HAVE A DIALOGUE. CAMPAIGNERS HAVE MADE GREAT STRIDES IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS, SCIENTISTS ARE DISCOVERING MORE EVIDENCE OF HEALTH EFFECTS ACROSS THE WORLD, AND PEOPLE EVERYWHERE ARE NO LONGER PREPARED TO LIVE WITH AN UNACCEPTABLE KNOWN RISK TO THEIR HEALTH.


Best Regards

Lesley Mansfield
Secretary - EMAG & SCRAM
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