Junction of Nightingale/Bounds Green Roads – 2nd Planning App for a 13m Telecom mast plus metal boxes. Like 5m less will make it more attractive!

I know it's tedious but if you objected to the first (rejected) application, please repeat for this one. Both applications for the corner of Whittington Road were also thrown out. I think they're just trying to wear people down. Comments close on 21/03/21


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Thanks for heads up Richard. Here we go again- I agree they are hoping we will just get fed up.   I shall be objecting - again!

Permission refused. Their next step will be an appeal to National Planning Inspectorate as with their Whittington Road proposal. Thanks to everyone who chipped in (again!)

Good news...thanks for sharing

I am sure they won't give up- but neither will we!

Why do they have to use green space? I don't see why they can't just use the ambulance station.

i just received this letter from Haringey about this. They have appealed to the Secretary of State.




Our refs: HGY/2021/0577

Contact: Kwaku Bossman-Gyamera

Office Telephone: 0208 489 5627

Mobile: 07989134742



Date: 05/10/2021





Site Address: Area of grass located opposite theAmbulance Station Bounds Green Road N22 8DF

Proposals: Proposed 5G Telecoms Installation of 15m high street pole c/w wrap-around cabinet and 3no. cabinets with ancillary works to be located on a grassed area off Bounds Green Road/ Trinity Road, opposite the ambulance station, Haringey.  (Prior notification: Development by telecoms operators).

Prior notification: Development by telecoms operators

Appeal By: Mr Francis Dorey Great British Communications Ltd

Appeal  References: APP/Y5420/W/21/3275079  

Appeal Start Date: 05/10/2021


I refer to the above details. An appeal has been made to the Secretary of State against the decision of Haringey Council to refuse the above planning applications.


The appeal will be determined on the basis of written representations.  The procedure to be followed is set out in Part 1 of the Town and Country Planning (Appeals) (Written Representations Procedure) (England) Regulations 2009. 


If you wish to make comments or withdraw any representations you made on the application, you must do so

by 09 November 2021.


You can do this by emailing North1@planninginspectorate.gov.uk or online at https://acp.planninginspectorate.gov.uk. All representations must quote the appeal reference. If you do not have access to the internet, you can send 3 copies of your representation (quoting the appeal reference) to: Darren Cryer, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Bristol, BS1 6PN.


Please note that any representations you submit to the Planning Inspectorate will be copied to the appellant and this local planning authority and will be considered by the Inspector when determining the appeal. 


The appeal documents are available for inspection by prior appointment with the LBH case officer at the top right of the letter on 6th Floor, River Park House, 225 High Road, London, N22 8HQ between 10:00hrs and 16:30hrs Monday to Friday.


You can get a copy of one of the Planning Inspectorate’s “Guide to taking part in planning appeals” booklets free of charge from GOV.UK at https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/taking-part-in-a-planning... or from us.


When made, the decision will be published online at https://acp.planninginspectorate.gov.uk.


All documents in connection with this appeal can be viewed at the Council offices by prior appointment with the case officer or can be provided electronically. The usual GDPR and COVID-19 restrictions apply.


Yours faithfully

Robbie McNaugher

Interim Head of Planning and Enforcement


Thanks for the Heads-Up, Anna

Thanks Anna. I will submit my comments. Interesting that I didn't receive a letter


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