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Spalding 5G mast rejected after residents raised fears it would 'industrialise' the landscape



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Plans for a 5G phone mast in Spalding have been turned down after fears the 50-foot high structure would ‘industrialise’ the landscape.

CK Hutchison - which operates the Three network - had applied to build a mast and cabinet in The Parkway, next to a green open space. South Holland District Council rejected this on Friday.

This latest move came after the firm failed to get approval for masts in Hawthorn Bank, Birch Grove and Wygate Park in Spalding this year.



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