Object to the erection of an 18.5m mobile mast and bulky cabinets in the Old Chiswick Conservation Area

Comments

#7

I think it would be unsightly and to spoil conservation area as unacceptable and will be obtrusive

Susan Collins (London, )

#9

I wish to register my absolute disapproval of this mast. It is in a conservation area and is extremely high and visible. It will ruin the look of the area, will impact negatively on the whole community, including the primary school which is situated close by. Please do not grant planning permission as it is contrary to the local plan policy.

Catherine Stewart (Chiswick, )

#12

These masts are an eyesore

Ross Norburn (London, )

#13

The masts are too tall and unsightly

Stephen Boakes (London, )

#15

This is a conservation area, much loved, valued and protected by residents like myself.

Andrew Riley (London, )

#16

See enclosed objections

Simon Stewart (London, )

#17

Mast is eyesore in a conservation area and not keeping with the area. It's much taller than the trees and will impact on pavement.

Marian Bright (London, )

#18

Unnecessary, unsightly, violates local planning policy guidelines as did an earlier application for the same site in 2017. Vexatious.

robert knight (London, )

#24

This is any eye saw and has not be proven to medical safe for humans

Leslie Leslie (Chiswick , )

#25

The may will send out massive bad airwaves which will affect the surrounding population detrimentally.

Ms Sally A Burgess (London, )

#26

I'm signing because this is not the place for such a mast

Marlene Johnson (Chiswick, London, )

#27

It’s a disgrace

Alexander Mcculloch (LONDON, )

#36

Broadcasts from Mobile Phone masts cause me to suffer Headaches, Migraines, Brain Fog, Lack of Energy, Heart Palpitations and other signs of stress.
There is a beautiful tree on this site and the Mast as suggested will interfere with the enjoyment of this tree and with its shape as it is so close.
We do not need any better coverage in this area. The reception at Regency Quay is very good.
It is very close to housing and areas where children play…particularly coming from the nearby school.
It will look unsightly and constitutes unnecessary `street clutter`

Dai Richards (Malthouse Drive, Chiswick, )

#37

Broadcasts from Mobile Phone masts cause my partner to suffer Headaches, Migraines, Brain Fog, Lack of Energy, Heart Palpitations and other signs of stress.
There is a beautiful tree on this site and the Mast as suggested will interfere with the enjoyment of this tree and with its shape as it is so close.
We do not need any better coverage in this area. The reception at Regency Quay is very good.
It is very close to housing and areas where children play…particularly coming from the nearby school.
It will look unsightly and constitutes unnecessary `street clutter`

Elizabeth Dodgson (Regency Quay, Chiswick, )

#38

Broadcasts from Mobile Phone masts cause my son in law to suffer Headaches, Migraines, Brain Fog, Lack of Energy, Heart Palpitations and other signs of stress.
There is a beautiful tree on this site and the Mast as suggested will interfere with the enjoyment of this tree and with its shape as it is so close.
We do not need any better coverage in this area. The reception at Regency Quay is very good.
It is very close to housing and areas where children play…particularly coming from the nearby school.
It will look unsightly and constitutes unnecessary `street clutter`

Beryl Wright (Burlington Lane, Chiswick, )

#42

This is inappropriate development in a conservation area and residential street

Hannah Bellamy (London, )

#43

This will be an unsightly intrusion into a conservation and residential area.

Linda Bright (London, )

#45

I am signing because I object to an oversized development in a conservation area that will severely impinge on the character of the area and is completely outside the character of the area.

Kieran Loughran (London, )

#47

G5 Masts are Monster Masts, some of the Very Largest, I Object To This Proposal, Totally Unsuitable for Our Conservation Area, Large Cabinets Will Also Block Drivers View on a Dangerous Junction at the Roundabout turning into Pumping Station Road.
Concern about Radio Waves, Too Close To Edensor Rd., School, Plus For Anyone with Heart Conditions, such as Atrial Fibrillation, known to cause Heart Problems.
An earlier Proposal was also Considered To Be Totally Unsuitable At this Roundabout, this was Dropped.
This Mast Is Much Larger!

Julia Stone (London, )

#50

Tom bright

Tom bright (London, )

#56

It’s another attempt to put up an enormous mast in close proximity to a school and homes where very young children live and play. There had been no consultation, a complete disregard for the conversation area, and the path it will close off. There are false statements on the height and conditions of surrounding trees to hide this from view. And a lack of understanding of the heath effects this would have on the young children living just metres away and the Stress it will cause for the parents. Zero thought for all our heightened mental health stress from this for that matter, with this ugly structure towering over us.

Christopher Haugh (London , )

#60

I strongly disagree with the erecting of a huge mast in such a small area

Francesca Urbanowicz (Newbury, )

#64

It’s so close to houses, it’s unsightly and it’s a conservation area.

Has any research been carried out to determine whether a mast being so close to housing is healthy? Or any research into the waves it creates that could have an effect on children’s health in the area? Could it be put in Dukes Meadows where there is so much land and it could blend in with the woodland?

Lucy Haugh (London, )

#65

The vested interest consortium is dangerous to human health. The safety exclusion zone of 50metres has not been taken into account.

pooja agarwal (london, )

#67

I am signing this petition because of the total lack of consultation of the siting of this 5g mast, the impact this could have on the conservation area, and the health aspects given the close proximity to residential housing.

Phil Hopkins (Chiswick , )

#68

Having previously lived at that junction for 15 years I can’t believe you would allow a mast particularly as it’s in a conservation area. What’s the point of a conservation area if you don’t adhere to it.

Claudia Golden (Petworth, )

#69

I'm signing because there are also cross-borough issues. Other boroughs should have been consulted.

Brian Mooney (London, )

#73

I object to this mast for all the above reasons as a local resident and parent who frequents this location.
This would also blight the aesthetics of the neighborhood and it's conservation, affecting house prices.

https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/mortgageshome/article-1587027/Phone-mast-wipes-50000-off-house-value.html

It is also under the flight path which bares risk as currently airline carriers are appealing against roll out of this to nearby areas due to finding unaccounted/unquantified risks still posing a threat to flight safety:

https://www.cnet.com/tech/mobile/airlines-ask-fcc-to-again-delay-c-band-5g-rollout-near-airports-beyond-jan-5/?fbclid=IwAR04yDiXNYBYdKvOqLE8eT0E65CueqyxrC3qrm6TkiMXNudZoGUmkw-Oa0s

Plane crashes in this are would be catastrophic.

There is also an insurance cover omission on the harms which is not as widely known as should be and poses threat to this high density areas, both residential and transitional visitors of which this area has a high traffic.

https://theodora-scarato.medium.com/if-5g-is-so-safe-then-why-do-wireless-companies-warn-their-shareholders-but-not-consumers-23171885cabc

Researchers say there is evidence of harm caused by these installs:

In this study, we examined the peer-reviewed scientific literature on the detrimental bioeffects of WCR and identified several mechanisms by which WCR may have contributed to the COVID-19 pandemic as a toxic environmental cofactor. By crossing boundaries between the disciplines of biophysics and pathophysiology, we present evidence that WCR may: (1) cause morphologic changes in erythrocytes including echinocyte and rouleaux formation that can contribute to hypercoagulation; (2) impair microcirculation and reduce erythrocyte and hemoglobin levels exacerbating hypoxia; (3) amplify immune system dysfunction, including immunosuppression, autoimmunity, and hyperinflammation; (4) increase cellular oxidative stress and the production of free radicals resulting in vascular injury and organ damage; (5) increase intracellular Ca2+ essential for viral entry, replication, and release, in addition to promoting pro-inflammatory pathways; and (6) worsen heart arrhythmias and cardiac disorders.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/labs/pmc/articles/PMC8580522/

Further links to countless more studys on harms;
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/?sort=date&term=Davis+DL&cauthor_id=31457001

Saskia Szokolovics (London, )

#74

I’m signing as it’s an eye saw it will obstruct passers by and right by cavendish primary school!!!

teri allen (London, )

#76

I do not agree to this Mast

Bernadette Dervan (Chiswick , )

#78

Nicholas Lighton

Nicholas Lighton (LONDON, )

#82

I live in the block of flats immediately across the roundabout and the mast will be in my direct line of vision from my living room windows. I am also concerned about the health issues of having a mast so close to residential properties, and also schools.

Patricia Gutteridge (London, )

#87

Chiswick old cemetery is special place for me as my wife is buried there as will I. Why can’t the mast go on top of Corney Rd flats as would be much higher with better reach presumably?

Paul Hughes-Smith (London , )

#91

The mast is adjacent to a conservation area and a historic cemetery and will be unsightly.

Joe Cross (London , )

#92

I run a nursery for two-five year old children at the Dukes Meadows Community Centre (just behind Cavendish School), and object to the proposed mast (i) on its detrimental impact on the children's health, as well as (ii) on the negative visual impact it will have on the whole area because of its size.

Sarah Herbert (LONDON, )

#94

The site is in a fully residential area and near schools. It is also in a conservation area and would be totally out of place and intrusive for the surrounding houses.

Jane Wright (Chiswick, )

#95

I cycle along Edensor Road to reach Chiswick New Pool, and I go past the cemetary. I am against siting an 18.5m high mast - twice the height of nearby cherry trees - at this corner.

Una-Jane Winfield (London, )

#100

I do no agree with the proposed location if this mast

Marie Nolan (London, )

#101

Nathanial Matthews

Nathanial Matthews (London , )

#105

It is steps away from houses.
20 m is well above the tree line in the road and the house heights
The cupboards will restrict the pavement capacity
If there are no health concerns use the void ground by Cavendish school however if there are health concerns why is so close to the houses.

Adrienne Moyce (LONDON, )

#107

I am a resident of the area who will be impacted by the mast.

Caroline Ryan (London, )

#109

Poorly thought out, it requires more careful consideration of the impact on the local environment.

simon clarke (Chiswick, )

#113

It is a daft place in a residential area to put a mast

Greg Day (London, )

#115

The mast is far too close to family homes.

Rachel Hurn (London , )

#117

My children’s school is so close to this and having worked with a telecommunication company in the past and being involved with erections of masts I know the side effects. Please save my children!

Esther Mark (London, )

#121

No one in the neighbourhood wants this ugly looking, humongous telephone mast. This is a residential area, close to a primary school and houses nearby.
Leave the area the way it is: peaceful and safe for all residents

Josephine Anders (LONDON , )

#124

I object to such an obtrusive eyesore of such enormous size ruining the asthetics of the landscape in a conservation area.

Latisha James (London, )

#135

I'm signing because not only will this mast be an eyesore in a conservation area, but there are serious concerns about the long term health impact on residents located near these masts.

Diane Elizabeth (London, )

#140

It will be unsightly and such masts should not be put up in a residential road.

Christabel Ames-Lewis (London, )

#141

Health implications
That will come from the radiation

Michaela Bailey (Chiswick, )

#142

I am deeply concerned and against the erection of a huge unsightly mobile mast in a conservation area of Chiswick.

Sarah Hepworth-Hurst (London , )

#146

Mr A Blackburn

A Blackburn (London, )

#152

I object to the mast.

Clara Letch (London , )

#156

Rebecca Fox-Ozturk

Rebecca Fox-Ozturk (London, )

#160

Maxine Wright

Maxine Wright (LONDON, )

#164

Rebeka Svi

Rebeka Svi (Chiswick, )

#171

for health & wellness reasons

Natalia Cassel (London, )

#173

I object to this unsightly mast as it will be overbearing and unfitting to this conservation area, it is too close to residential properties and schools and I have concerns about the effects on our children’s health.

Marie Colgan (London , )

#174

I cannot believe the logic behind the application to position such an eyesore in such a beautiful part of Chiswick in the vicinity of so many houses and flats that contain both young children and the elderly alike! I can only assume that the planners are unaware that there are areas along the river where this monstrosity could be much better camouflaged as to not cause so much anxiety to so many.
I am also against this application on the grounds of it being in a conservation area.

John Colgan (London , )

#175

It is proven that masts are dangerous into such close proximity of homes where young children live. The beauty of old Chiswick heritage must be protected and maintained.

Patricia Towey (Chiswick , )

#184

This monstrosity is proposed to be installed in the Old Chiswick Conservation Area and adjacent Chiswick House Conservation Area.
Because of its hight and scale it will be very visible above the tree line and visible for a wide radius across Chiswick, let alone visually very unsympathetic.
Lastly but very importantly, it is very close to the Cavendish Primary School therefore
any installation in this location will obstruct children’s and parents smooth and safe commute to school when using the pavement. The same applies to many passers-by who use the pavement extensively to access the River Thames amenity.
Health impact from the radiation of this mobile mast should be also greatly considered.

Monika Benson (London, )

#185

the mast is an unsightly infringement on the conservation area

william firebrace (london, )

#186

I live locally and don’t want the conservation area to be ruined by an ugly mast.

Antony Raine (London, )

#187

This mast is too high and too imposing in a residential conservation area.

Simone Stocks (London , )

#188

This proposed site is in the Old Chiswick Conservation Area and will be visible for a wide radius across Chiswick

"The size of this structure will have a significant detrimental impact to the area and will massively impact the visual amenities of our neighbours."

Eddie Bensilum (Chiswick, )

#190

THERESA COLGAN FACEY

THERESA Colgan- FACEY (EMBERTON OLNEY, )

#194

I object to this mast being lit up in this location. It will be an eyesore and should either be camaflaged or blended in more.Also the rays from these things are not safe.

antonia holt (London, )

#198

The placing of this mast is totally inappropriate. The plan is to place this in a conservation which is totally contrary to the idea of a conservation area. Use instead already standing lampposts

Julian Kirwan-Tsylor (London , )



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