5G roll-out

gary bradley made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Cornwall Council

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Dear Cornwall Council,
With regard to the roll-out of 5G in Cornwall...
I can see from previous requests (that you have not answered) that you are not directly responsible for the roll-out of 5G.
As transmitters are required on lamp posts, telegraph poles etc. - surely the Telecoms companies will need planning permission...
So - What planning applications have been received by the council regarding 5G infrastructure ??
Yours faithfully, gary bradley

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Dear Mr Bradley,

 

Please find attached a letter formally enclosing the Council’s response to
your request for information under the Environmental Information
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Kind regards

 

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Dear EGD - Freedom of Information,
The "NO" response is too closed / limited...
Do I need to write another request to ask for elaboration on this ??
Saying - Who IS responsible for 5G roll-out in Cornwall ?? , and - Who is responsible to assure the safety of this technology ??
Yours sincerely, gary bradley

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Thank you for your Freedom of Information (FOI)/Environmental Information
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Dear Cornwall Council,
So if No Planning Applications are required - Please explain what methods ARE being adopted to see what the Telecoms Companies plans are regarding the positioning of antennas etc. around the County ??
Yours faithfully, Gary Bradley

Economic Development Freedom of Information, Cornwall Council

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Dear Mr Bradley

 

Please see attached letter regarding your recent request for information
under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

 

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Regards

 

Economic Growth Service | Gonis Tevyans Erbysek

Economic Growth and Development | Tevyans ha Displegyans Erbysek

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Information Classification: CONTROLLED

Dear Mr Bradley,

 

Please find attached a letter formally enclosing the Council’s response to
your request for an Internal Review into the processing of your
information request reference FOI-101004501269.  If you have difficulty in
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Kind regards

Charmaine Hammond | Senior Business Officer

Cornwall Council |Planning & Sustainable Development

[1][email address]  | Tel: 01726 223384

[2]www.cornwall.gov.uk | 'Onen hag oll'

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