Dear Department for Culture, Media and Sport,
Would you be able to provide the locations of the proposed and built Mobile Infrastructure Masts under Freedom of Information Act
Yours faithfully, Jake Mcneill
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Dear Mr Jake Mcneill,
Thank you for your information request of 8 December 2017. We are dealing
with your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the Act).
We can confirm that DCMS holds information within the scope of your
request. However, we will be unable to respond to you within the deadline.
We sincerely apologise for this delay and you should expect to hear from
The FOI Team.
Dear Mr Mcneil,
Thank you for your email of 7 December 2017, in which you made the
following request for information:
Would you be able to provide the locations of the proposed and built
Mobile Infrastructure Masts under Freedom of Information Act?
We have dealt with your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000
(the Act). Please find attached the list of locations identified during
the development of the Mobile Infrastructure Project. This is the full
preliminary list of locations that were explored for feasibilty. Following
due diligence 75 masts, highighted in green were built.
Locations can be identified using the easting and northing co-ordinates
through using online tools such as "UK grid reference finder"
Freedom of Information Team
Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport
4th floor, 100 Parliament Street
London SW1A 2BQ
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