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Nov
2005

Protection advice over phone mast

By Neil Elkes
Birmingham mail
Nov 16 2005

FAMILIES battling plans for a mobile phone mast next to a city park are to be told how to shield themselves from its emissions.

More than 1,000 families living near the proposed site of a Vodafone mast, in Eachelhurst Road , Erdington, have been invited to a meeting next week.

Campaigners who believe that radiation from masts can trigger a range of health problems including cancers will outline ways homeowners can protect their families.

Although they claim a link between masts and ill health, the telecom industry and official Government backed investigations say there is no evidence of this.

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The meeting, to be chaired by Labour Party campaigner Dr Rob Pocock, is at St Mary's Church Hall, Tyburn Road, at 7pm next Wednesday.

The Eachelhurst Mast Action Group will also call on people to support their opposition to the mast being site next to the picturesque Pype Hayes Park .

Group spokeswoman Maria Duffy said they had raised several issues with the council planning department and hope for a reply before the meeting.

She said: "We are enquiring about the legality or otherwise of placement of mobile phone masts on the highway in breach of the, then, citywide moratorium of masts on council owned land."

She added that residents will also be told how to get legal letters to put Vodafone and the council on notice that they will be held liable for any future health problems attributed to the mast.

"We will also talk about how residents can obtain the materials necessary to protect their homes and their families."

The meeting follows talks between Vodafone and the action group at which the company said that they had found no available alternative site to fill a gap in the network.

The council's planning committee is expected to consider the mast application in the next few weeks.
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