Proposed reforms to permitted development rights to support the deployment of 5G and extend mobile coverage

Published 27 August 2019From:Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government and Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport Applies to:England Summary This consultation seeks views on the principle of amending permitted development rights to support deployment of 5G and extend mobile coverage. This consultation closes at11:45pm on 4 November 2019 Consultation description This consultation seek views on …

Town’s war with 5G: Devonshire officials ‘ban’ installation of new high-speed network after campaigners demand further research into its effects on health

5G is supposed to enable the fastest speeds and most reliable connections However, campaigners in Totnes, Devon, claim it is a serious health hazard  They have persuaded officials to stop installing the high-frequency network By IZZY FERRIS FOR THE DAILY MAIL The push to roll out the latest 5G mobile technology across the country has hit a …

5G Apocalypse London Mark Steele

Hosted by Humanitad & ITNJ founder:  Sacha Stone, ‘5G Apocalypse – The London Event’ facilitated an expert panel on the 5G existential threat at the iconic Chelsea Old Town Hall in England. Weapons Expert & frontline campaigner Mark Steele was joined by leading Swiss Biohazard Research Scientist Jacques Bauer, Barrister & ITNJ Associate Justice Dr Chris Cleverly, Chief Sylvestre Gnakale …

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

By Neil Steven Cohen Friends, since they say ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’…I am providing these photos to you and sparing you thousands of words! These photos are simply for your education, your increased awareness. These are all photos of various types of 5G technology small cell transmitters which are being deployed all …

Branson is backing the UK satellite initiative – OneWeb gets £18m boost for high-flying 5G

By Ken Wieland 21 February 2019 The UK Space Agency fuelled the 5G ambitions of OneWeb, a satellite broadband startup based in London, with funding to the tune of £18m. Through its OneWeb Sunrise programme, the startup aims to integrate its planned satellite constellation with upcoming 5G terrestrial networks. “Thanks to this support, we will focus …

Arqiva to make London lampposts into 5G-ready cells

 By Jamie Carter 23 November 2017 Lamppost and other street furniture look set to become part of the UK’s next-generation 5G networks, hosting small cell telecommunications infrastructure to enable better, faster coverage by mobile network operators. UK communications infrastructure company Arqiva has inked a deal with the London Borough of Waltham Forest to gain exclusive access rights …