Lib Dem council leader explains why a 5G mast application was rejected

Dine Romero, Liberal Democrat leader of Bath and North East Somerset (B&NES) Council, has posted a helpful clarification about the recent rejection of a 5G-related planning application:

Cllr Dine Romero statement on controversial 5G planning application

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2 responses to “Lib Dem council leader explains why a 5G mast application was rejected”

  1. pleased to see that, as it should be, the planning decision was made on the planning merits of the case. Also pleased to see that, as it should be, party politics took no part in the decision.
    Of course Planning is a quasi-judicial matter, and so should always be on the basis of the planning merits, and planning law.
    A great shame that the Tories, in particular, always play party politics, as they are doing with the White Paper, and no doubt that was behind the untrue reports here..

  2. It would end confusion if Ms Hobhouse clarified her stance on the BBC Report, “But Bath’s Liberal Democrat MP Wera Hobhouse was among those calling on the council to listen to concerns about health”.

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