Residents speak about Positive’s 5G antenna plans
Telecommunications provider plans 45-foot mast in the nature reserve
Sure’s plans to build a 15 meter high mobile mast on vacant land on Woodbourne Lane were rejected by a number of residents.
The telecommunications provider would like to build it behind the properties as part of the development of its 5G network and improve coverage in the region.
It is designed to replace the temporary structure currently being installed by Woodbourne House that will be used to test the technology.
But many of those who live on the website which is in a conversation area are against the suggestion.
Ewan Gawne spoke to John, whose property overlooks the plot:
The residents of Alexander Drive, Mac and Jane, have set out their objections to Ewan:
Mike Phillips, Sure’s chief executive, says investing in the company’s future wireless network will ensure community needs are met and meet international security standards.
You can find out more about the planning application here.