NOTIFICATION OF PLANNING APPLICATION No: 20/01016/TELN

FOR THE PROPOSED INSTALLATION OF A TELECOMMUNICATIONS BASE STATION AND MAST

Land North Of Abbotts Ann Road Monxton Andover Hampshire SP11 8AS

To view the Planning Application, please go to planning on the Test Valley Borough Council website.

This application is due to the recommendation that rail passengers should have high capacity wireless connectivity, which should be achieved through a delivery model that utilises trackside infrastructure and residents of Monxton and Amport will receive little, if any, additional benefit.

The proposed mast will be 20 metres high and will be erected on agricultural land near the railway track on the Abbotts Ann Road between the Conservation Areas of Monxton and Abbotts Ann.

As there have been no Neighbour or Community Consultations about this proposal, please put any comments on this planning application on the TVBC website and/or send them to the Parish Clerk Heather Bourner by e-mail heather.bourner@googlemail.com

One comment on “NOTIFICATION OF PLANNING APPLICATION No: 20/01016/TELN

  1. Adrian Drage says:

    Although we are restricted to only being allowed to comment on the siting and appearance of this mast, there is much that you can include under these categories. For example: impact on locale views; could it not be sited some sympathetically; lack of any improvement to mobile signal in Monxton where coverage is poor to negligible; possible (negative) impact upon routing of military helicopters to and from Middle Wallop. Others may be able to think of more. I do urge folk to put in their comments on what will otherwise be a fait accompli. You have until 09 June to comment.

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