Sheffield Council apologises for allowing default consent for three 5G masts

Sheffield City Council has apologised to residents after it failed to process prior notification applications for three 5G masts within the prescribed timescales, which has allowed the structures to secure consent without local authority scrutiny.

by Michael Donnelly
Greenhill Parkway, Sheffield (pic: Ian S, Geograph)
Greenhill Parkway, Sheffield (pic: Ian S, Geograph)

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