Email for the attention of John Kerr, (Case Officer)

Copied: EM Radiation Research Trust Chairman, Mr Brian Stein CBE

Cllr Les Byrom
Cllr Janet Grace
Cllr Michael Roche

13th September 2022

Dear John Kerr,

Ref: DC/2022/01727

In front pf Marine Football Club, College Road, Crosby, L23 3AS

I formally give notice of objection against phone mast application by Cornerstone Telecommunications for a 17.5m high street works column, supporting six no antennas, 2 no. 0.3m dishes and 2 no. equipment cabinets and ancillary equipment.

The EM Radiation Research Trust calls on Sefton Council to protect the health and safety of the local community, especially our children along with protecting the local area from the visual impacts associated with the clutter associated with the ancillary works and the overpowering visual impact of a 17.5m high street works column, with supporting cabinets and ancillary equipment.

This mast will create a blight on the landscape. The mast would be a constant reminder to the risks it poses causing fear, stress, and anxiety for the local community, this is a material consideration and should be considered.

Cornerstone Telecommunication supplied information to offer reassurance regarding health and safety concerns. The Radiation Research Trust would therefore like to respond accordingly.

Cornerstone Telecommunication’s promotes the private members group known ICNIRP when offering reassurance for radiation safety.

Let us look at the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP)

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