To: Margaret Greenwood MP and Wirral Met Council

Stop plans for 17.5 metre high (4g) mobile phone mast & 15metre high floodlights Wirral Greenbelt

Stop plans for 17.5 metre high (4g) mobile phone mast & 15metre high floodlights Wirral Greenbelt

Halt plans by West Kirby Football club to erect 17.5 mobile phone mast and 15 metre high floodlights around greenbelt land ,near school and children's playing field , next to residential property.Greenbank Rd West Kirby WirraL
Planning Application number APP/16/01255. Please also put an official objection in to Wirral Met Council Planning dept aginst these plans quoting planning application number APP/16/01255.

Why is this important?

The health issues/concerns of emissions from mobile phone masts are well recorded. 4g mobile masts/antennas have even more powerful transmissions of microwave radiation. The proposed placement of this mast so close to residential property and children's playing field is of serious concern to local residents. Also the the size of these floodlights and mast would be a blot on the greenbelt land and an eyesore for residents living opposite.

West Kirby Football Club, West Kirby, Wirral

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Reasons for signing

  • this is a shocking start to losing one of only 12 Greenbelts in the country. Floodlighting is light pollution, phone masts on this scale should be placed AWAY from residences and children's recreation areas
  • First foot print of massive development on our Greenbelt if goes ahead alongside serious health concerns for lock children/adults and wildlife.

Updates

2016-10-18 10:42:09 +0100

10 signatures reached