27
Jul
2005

Community backs fight against phone mast giant

Warwick Courier

West Warwick residents stepped up their protests to get a planning application refused this week.

Dolores Macias, of Goldsmith Avenue, has already voiced her concerns over the proposal to put up a mobile phone mast in Hampton Road, as reported in the Courier earlier this month.

And even though the community got behind her this week, Ms Macias fears her efforts will be in vain.

She said: "It's great that people have spoken out and one of the councillors for the area was enthusiastic in trying to help.

"I have sent six letters to the district council, and I know a lot of other people have written, so at least the application has to go to a committee decision now.

"That was the main aim.

"The Racing Club and the cricket club are against the plans as well because it is going to be built opposite their playing fields.

"But let's be honest, they are still going to put it up aren't they?

"This is a multi-million pound company we are talking about and there's only so much ordinary people can do.

"It is like banging your head against a brick wall.

"These masts are poisonous and no one will do anything about it.

"If we can defer the decision long enough for me to get my house decorated and sold I will see it as a success.

"I am emigrating to Spain, this country has gone to pot."

A planning committee will discuss the application at a meeting on August 3rd.

Warwickshire County Councillor Raj Randev (Lab, Warwick West) said: "The community has my support.

"I should have been consulted on this but had no idea about it until I read the Courier's report.

"I feel there are a lot of things going on in the background that people in my ward do not know enough about.

"That road is used by children going to Aylesford and Newburgh School and is also next to playing fields which are used regularly.

"Until we know the full facts I will support refusal on health grounds."

The application comes from British Telecom mobile phone operator 02 and carries permitted development rights.

Spokesman James Stevenson claimed that independent research, carried out on behalf of 02, returned no evidence to suggest any health risks will be posed by the mast.

Omega there is more than enough evidence to suggest many health risks which are posed by the masts http://omega.twoday.net/topics/Wissenschaft+zu+Mobilfunk/ http://omega.twoday.net/search?q=Cancer+Cluster http://www.buergerwelle.de/body_science.html

Isn't this a contradiction in terms?? "Independent" and "on behalf of 02" - Can't have it both ways!

Sylvia


Maybe a printing error? Perhaps it should have read "independant research, heavily subsidised on behalf of 02, returned no evidence of any worth to man or beast"

Sandi


He also said a full public consultation will be carried out.

26 July 2005
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