Posted On 21 Nov 2022 By :by Felice Southwell

Parents who raised thousands of pounds to legally block a new 5G mast near a school are now gearing up to fight a new set of plans.

The Stop 5G Mast by St Peters School campaign group raised more than £12,000 to launch a judicial review against Brighton and Hove City Council’s approval last year of a 15m mast in Fishersgate Terrace.

The review succeeded, on the grounds the council had not taken into account the concerns of its own highways department.

But now a new planning application has been submitted in exactly the same location, with more detailed drawings showing how much cabinets at the base of the mobile phone mast would reduce motorists’ visibility.

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