Public Consultation for Proposed Telecommunications Structure at Williams Field, Marshall Gardens, Hadlow, TN11 0HQ
UPDATE: The next Parish Council Meeting on Monday 13th February at the Old School Hall at 7.30pm will have a representative from Pegasus (who represent Shared Access). They will answer any questions with regards to the proposed mast.
The Parish Council has been approached by Shared Access (a company specialising in telecommunication infrastructure) to explore the possibility of siting a telecommunication structure on Parish land at Williams Field.
This notice has been prepared to ensure residents are aware of the proposal and to offer the opportunity to make comments or suggestions about the scheme during the design and development stage, before any planning application is submitted.
Local residents in and around the vicinity of Williams Field have been sent a letter today by Pegasus Group, working as planning consultants on behalf of Shared Access, who are preparing a planning application for the proposed telecommunication structure.
To ensure your input is taken into account during the design stage of the proposal please endeavour to provide your suggestions within two weeks of the date of this notice. All comments and suggestions should be sent directly to Rachel.email@example.com telephone number: 01454 625945, address: First Floor, South Wing, Equinox Norther, Great Park Road, Almondsbury, Bristol, BS32 4QL and or the Parish Office.
The installation will improve network coverage in the local area for 02 customers. 02 also provides coverage for the following Mobile Virtual Network Operators: Gifgaff, Tesco Mobile, GT Mobile, LycaMobile, Allpay Mobile, Cortel Telephone, Glemnet, Highnet and Zest4 Mobile.
Shared Access has confirmed the proposal will be fully compliant with standards set down by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), an independent scientific organisation whose aim is to provide guidance and advice on the health implications of telecommunications development.
If planning permission is granted and the community support the project, the land will be leased by the Parish Council for twenty five years in exchange for a one off capital sum of £30,000, available for community projects.