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Early Day Motions on Masts

 

The following is a brief summary of early day motions on mobile phone masts that have been submitted over recent years:

552 - "Mobile phone masts", tabled by Andrew Stunell on the 19th December 2006 (69 signatures)

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That this House recognises the high level of concern in many communities regarding the siting of telecommunication mast base stations; believes that the current planning system is not sufficiently robust and often prevents councils from acting in the best interests of local residents when considering their location; and calls on the Government to bring all telecommunication masts back under planning control and to allow local councils to have regard to health issues on a precautionary basis.

767 - "Mobile phone masts (No. 2)", tabled by Lynne Featherstone on the 14th October 2005 (44 signatures)

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That this House acknowledges the benefits that mobile telecommunications bring; recognises the high level of concern in many communities such as Hornsey and Wood Green regarding mobile phone masts; urges the Government to undertake an independent and wide-ranging study of epidemiology in relation to mobile phone masts; believes that the current planning control is inadequate, failing to consider safety and local and environmental concerns; and calls on the Government to bring mobile phone masts, regardless of size, under strict planning control and to bring in the precautionary principle, to give extra safeguards to schools, homes and medical facilities from the risk of excessive radiation.

477 - "Mobile telephone masts", tabled by Lynne Featherstone on the 4th July 2005 (72 signatures)

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That this House acknowledges the benefits that mobile communications bring; recognises the high level of concern in many communities such as Hornsey and Wood Green regarding mobile phone masts; urges the Government to implement in full the recommendations previously made by Sir William Stewart; believes that the current planning control is inadequate, failing to consider safety and local and environmental concerns; and calls on the Government to bring mobile phone masts under strict planning control and bring in the precautionary principle, giving extra safeguards for schools, homes and medical facilities from the risk of excessive radiation.

67 - "Mobile phone masts", tabled by Caroline Spelman on the 17th May 2005 (120 signatures)

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That this House notes that industry sources have recently indicated that 3G technology will require a substantial increase in the number of mobile phone masts, with as many as four times the present number, suggesting up to 200 more masts in every constituency; believes that the current planning process in England is inadequate, failing to consider local, environmental and safety concerns; observes that the Government is reviewing planning regulations for masts and that tougher protection is already in place in Scotland and Northern Ireland; and calls on the Government to introduce full planning permission for all masts, including Network Rail and TETRA masts, and to allow health concerns to be taken into account near homes, schools and hospitals.

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