DCLG says reports are untrue

Reports that there will an investigation into planning regulations covering mobile phone masts are untrue, the DCLG has insisted. An inquiry into rules that allow phone masts up to 15m high without planning permission was promised in 2004. Last weekend, The Independent on Sunday said there would be a review because of growing heath risk fears. But a DCLG spokesman said: "We constantly keep an eye on policies but there is no review at this stage."

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