26
Apr
2005

Mobile mast plans raise cancer fears

A LEUKAEMIA sufferer is among a group of residents fighting plans for a 40-ft mobile phone mast.

Peter Wells, of Beauchamps Gardens, Chaseside, Bournemouth fears radiation from the proposed 3G mast could affect his health and is angry at the way the plans have been publicised.

And fellow residents on the Castledene estate have joined him in opposing the mast, claiming its location next to the grade two listed building Littledown House is unsuitable.

Mr Wells, 56, said: "I live no more than 50 yards from the site and the council didn't even bother to notify us. My leukaemia is in a stable condition now but I'm very worried that the stress of this application, combined with the effects of the mast, could kick-start it.

"I don't have a problem with them needing to put this mast somewhere, but this is the wrong place."

And Sandy Ward, of Hares Green, vowed: "I'll lie down on the ground before they put this post in place.

"The bare minimum of notification has gone up and the plans don't even show the housing estate.

"With a mast that high we should all have had letters through our doors."

Bournemouth council said it fulfilled its statutory obligation by putting notices up and the planning application would be considered in due course.

And Mike Dobson, community affairs manager for Hutchison 3G, said the company had written to local ward councillors to inform them of its planning application and had also notified Portchester and Avonbourne Schools.

Hutchison 3G has its own phone network and the mast is needed to enable the use of video mobile phones.

"From a health and safety point of view, there are very strict guidelines that we have to adhere to, set down by the International Commission of Non-Ionising Radiation Protection," he said.

"In reality the radio frequency energy levels will be thousands of times below those guidelines at ground level.

"We would like to reassure the local community that they have nothing to fear."

//www.thisisbournemouth.co.uk/dorset/bournemouth/news/BOURN_NEWS_NEWS7.html



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