That would be dangerous.... specially as it wouldn't just be mobile operators that would get use of such permission and likely start seeing a repetition of the cable rollout days where pavements/roads/land got royally ****ed up in many areas.so councils can't refuse planning permission.
I dunno about anyone else but in my locality they royally dig up the same roads month after month anyway, so this wouldn't have any impact for me in rural Nottinghamshire at all.That would be dangerous.... specially as it wouldn't just be mobile operators that would get use of such permission and likely start seeing a repetition of the cable rollout days where pavements/roads/land got royally ****ed up in many areas.
Certainly is in Mansfield & Ashfield.. Along with the specialist teams of painters who go and paint new white lines across the existing potholes.I thought the entire UK had teams of guys digging up the same stretch of road every month? you mean that isn't the case JP?
I know what you mean, (i'm in Rainworth) and don't get me started on potholes..... I had a 12x10inch deep pothole (hidden in the shadow of a bus shelter) kindly snap a front spring on my car 3 years ago, the patch method works a treat when its the collapsed sewer under it that is the issue.
Its still the same today. I'd rather look like a bad driver swerving into the middle of the road daily than have a repeat of that incident again.
Bus passengers who don't stop at that location must think they're taking a ride on the Ninkynonk!
NE Lincs planning has a Prior Approval for a 15m Three/EE replacement near the roundabout at Morrisons/McDonalds on Laceby Road. Subsequent full planning application for 18m mast on the other-side of the road has been withdrawn?My post gone.
2nd try. Proposed mast in Grimsby, 20m high on roundabout, much ruckus. Build by 3 for EE reported by local rag.