To complement our message from Fiona Williams about the application by EE for a 5G tower near Larkhall Athletic Football Club Ground, we would like to add additional information and to reinforce Fiona’s message that objections to this planning application must be made on environmental grounds rather than on the risks to human health, which are contested. A BBC news source gives a brief overview in its answers to the question: “Does 5G pose health risks?” here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-48616174.
Your objection to the planning application needs to be on environmental grounds – to quote from Fiona’s message the mast will be “just metres away in a football field used by children and adults for training and recreation, close to homes, nurseries, schools, allotments and wildlife habitats, and on the edge of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Issues such as tree felling, sightlines and the imposing nature of the mast in this environment can be raised, and thorough research you can find out more.
For more detail and to comment on the application, please go to www.bathnes.gov.uk/webforms/planning/search.html Planning reference no: 20/01315/TEL The Consultation Deadline is May 20th.