A PACKED MEETING in Hedon last night confirmed residents’ intention to get MS3 poles removed from Hedon and Preston streets. And to set up countywide and countrywide organisations to tackle unnecessary telegraph pole deployment nationwide.
Call for Clarity on Permitted Development Guidance that impacts communities negatively. Operators must comply with statutory obligations.
GOING UNDERGROUND RESIDENT CAMPAIGNERS against MS3 poles, from Hedon and Hessle, visited Parliament on Wednesday (8th November 2023). This is their take on the meeting…
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, yesterday (8th November 2023) welcomed campaigners from Hedon to Parliament to discuss next steps in their campaign to rid Hedon of the scourge of MS3’s telegraph poles.
CAMPAIGNERS FROM HEDON and Hessle travel down to Parliament today to present their briefing document “The Unintended Consequences of *Permitted Development”.
This is all happening while preparations are being made to take the case against MS3 Networks to Parliament.
AS THE FORCED ROLLOUT of unpopular telegraph poles in Hedon and Preston continues, local campaigners have embarked on a national campaign.
EAST RIDING LIBERAL DEMOCRATS are calling on Ofcom to intervene in the row over telegraph poles, by holding an emergency Market Review in the Hull Telecoms Area, combined with a pause in build activity.
We want the Government to remove permitted development rights for telegraph poles, so telecommunications operators have to apply for permission to the Local Planning Authority (LPA) on any proposed installation and the LPA has to consult with affected residents before issuing permissions.
Part of this campaign is to warn other nearby communities, cities, towns and villages what to expect from MS3 Networks (and their ilk in other communities) – news of their shattered reputation locally will spread…
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