12
Jan
2006

Phone mast bid opposed

Councillors have opposed plans for a 15m mobile phone mast in Wem, despite reassurances there were no health risks.

Town councillors said they were concerned about the effect on the health of youngsters playing near the proposed site of Hutchison 3G’s proposed new base station.

The company wants to put up the structure to expand coverage of the new 3G technology at Wem Business Park.

At yesterday’s special town council meeting, regional corporate affairs manager Verity Stanford gave a detailed presentation about why the development should be allowed.

She said 3G had looked at other sites in the area, including sharing with Orange, but felt the one proposed was the most suitable.

Ms Stanford said the radiation or energy from the structure would not be a risk and was within guidelines.

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But councillors decided to write to the district council with concerns over potential health risks, noise and the base station being visually intrusive.

Meanwhile, mobile phone giant O2 today vowed to fight on in a bid to install a controversial 40ft mast in a residential area of Shrewsbury, despite opposition.

Bosses at the communications firm today said they were surprised the application for a 40ft lamp-post style antenna near the Column roundabout was refused by councillors following a string of objections from angry householders.

Jim Stevenson, spokesman for O2, said the company would resume talks with Shrewsbury planning chiefs in a bid to ease fears.

The full versions of these articles appear in some editions of tonight’s Shropshire Star

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