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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Euro-MP intervenes in ...
عدد مرات القراءة 18832006-05-17

EURO-MP INTERVENES IN HAMPSHIRE PHONE MAST ROW

HAMPSHIRE’S Green Party MEP Caroline Lucas has called on Test Valley Council
to block plans to build a ten-metre mobile ‘phone mast in a residential area
in Chandler’s Ford.

Dr Lucas said the proposed mast, which T-Mobile wants to build at Knightwood
Road – within 300 metres of 100 homes - could pose dangers for residents’
health and should not be sited in such a highly-populated area.

“Research conducted on behalf of the European Parliament has demonstrated
that safety guidelines governing the exposure of the public to radiation
from mobile ‘phone base stations are inadequate,” said Dr Lucas.

“In the face of real health risks we should adopt the precautionary
principle and stop allowing masts to be built at sites – such as Knightwood
Road – which are close to built-up residential areas.”

Current Government guidelines allowing masts to be built near homes are
based on incomplete research, according to a report by Warwick University
Professor Gerard Hyland and commissioned by Dr Lucas for the European
Parliament.

By measuring the effects of radiation intensity only – and not the frequency
of microwave pulses - the research on which the guidelines are based fails
to account for unexplained levels of ill-health, including cancers, in those
living in proximity to the masts.

“I hope Test Valley planners will protect local residents by rejecting this
application,” added Dr Lucas.

“But the planning laws make it very difficult for local authorities to take
risks to human health into account when deciding whether to give ‘phone
operators permission to erect masts – and the Government must review the
legislation and day-today guidance to require local councils to adopt the
precautionary principle when considering the siting of mobile ‘phone masts.”






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