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POLICY COMM 6 - TELECOMMUNICATION

THE DEVELOPMENT OF TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS BY TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPERATORS WILL BE PERMITTED IF:

  1. THERE ARE NO SUITABLE EXISTING FACILITIES SUCH AS EXISTING RADIO MASTS AND TOWERS OR EXISTING BUILDINGS THAT CAN BE UTILISED;
  2. SUFFICIENT MEASURES ARE TAKEN TO MINIMISE THE VISUAL IMPACT OF THE DEVELOPMENT SUCH AS SITING TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF TREE SCREENING, INCORPORATION OFAPPROPRIATE LANDSCAPING AND APPROPRIATE COLOURING OF APPARATUS INCLUDING MASTS AND ANTENNAS; AND
  3. THE DEVELOPMENT DOES NOT HAVE AN UNACCEPTABLE EFFECT ON THE INTERESTS OF AGRICULTURE, CONSERVATION, AREAS OF ECOLOGICAL INTEREST, ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES, WILDLIFE AND LANDSCAPE IMPORTANCE, OR ON FEATURES OF GEOLOGICAL ORGEOMORPHOLOGICAL IMPORTANCE.

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