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agnes
# Posted: 16 Dec 2006 05:10
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Mast near you?
Is YOUR council selling your health.
Isn´t it about time we make them personally liable for the harm they cause US??

Do you want to know where the mobile masts are in your area?
The News of the World has made Freedom of Information requests to every council in England.
Here’s a full list of where the masts are - and how much your council is earning from them from the mobile phone companies.
Some councils refused to tell us where their masts had been placed - denying voters vital information which could affect their health.

agnes
# Posted: 16 Dec 2006 05:12
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NORTH-EAST
DURHAM COUNTY COUNCIL £39,350
Staindrop Comprehensive School (£4,750 from O2UK)
Ushaw Moor Deerness Valley Comprehensive School (£4,300 from Vodafone)
Spennymoor Comprehensive School (£4,300 from Vodafone)
Durham Johnston School (£4,000 from Orange)
Peterlee Brackenhill (£4,500 from Orange
County Hall (£17,500 from Orange)

CITY OF DURHAM COUNCIL
No masts on council land

MIDDLESBROUGH COUNCIL £13,750
Riverside Park/ Southwest Ironmasters Industrial Estate (£4,000 from Vodafone)
Southlands Sports Centre (£3,750 from Vodafone)
Hemlington Recreation Centre (£6,000 from Vodafone)

GATESHEAD COUNCIL £108,000
Would not give individual locations

NEWCASTLE CITY COUNCIL £240,898
The Spinney (£11,131 from Vodafone)
Cruddas Park House (£11,318 from Vodafone)
Fawdon Park House (£13, 796 from Vodafone)
Hilltop House, Denton Way, (£13,375 from Vodafone)
Lightfoot Sports Centre, Wharrier St, (£4,223 from Vodafone)
Titan House, Berry Close, (£9,666 from T Mobile)
Cruddas Park House, West City, (£11,647 from T Mobile)
Denton Park House, Denton, (£9,666 from T Mobile)
Grafton House, Heaton, (£10, 059 from T Mobile)
Wyndley House, Kenton, (£13, 796 from Orange)
Dean House, Eastfield Ave/ Tumulus Ave, (£13,796 from Orange)
Adelaide House, Elswick, (£13,796 from Orange)
Hexham House, Walker, (£13,390 from Orange)
Beaumont House, Blakelaw, (£13,723 from Orange)
Fawdon Park House, Fawdon, (£13,796 from Orange)
Denton Park House, West Denton Way, (£1,000 Orange)
Todds Nook, Westgate Rd, (£13,750 from Orange)
Tynedale House, Whickham View, (£13,796 from Orange)
Adelaide House, Elswick, (£4,255 from Nexus)
The Spinney, High Heaton, (£7,082 from O2)
Hilltop House, West Denton Way, (£7,082 from O2)
Todds Nook, Westgate Rd, (£7,082 from O2)

NORTH TYNESIDE COUNCIL £46,667
Cumberland Road, North Shields, industrial area (£2,700 from O2)
Locomotion Way, Killingworth, industrial area (£3,500 from Arqiva Ltd)
Hazlewood County Primary School, Canterbury Way, (£5,985 from Orange)
Tynemouth Squash Club, Billy Mill Lane, (£2,900 from Orange)
Locomotion Way industrial area, Killingworth, (£1,500 from Arqiva Ltd)
Jct A193/A187, North Shields, (£750 from Telecom Securicor Cellular Radio Limited)
Jct A193/A187, North Shields, (£2,500 from T-Mobile)
Whitley Bay High School, Monkseaton Drive, (£11,000 from BT Cellnet)
The White Swan Council Centre, Citadel East, Killingworth, (£6,600 from Airwave O2)
Rear of Innisfree Social Club, Chesters Avenue, Longbenton, (£175 from Mercury Communications Ltd)
Wet 'n' Wild sports centre car park, Rotary Way, North Shields, (£5,500 from Vodafone)
Dudley Football Ground/ Action Park, Cramlington, (£2,750 from Vodafone)
Cumberland Road industrial area, North Shields, (£3,682 from Vodafone)

SOUTH TYNESIDE COUNCIL £47,122
Temple Park Leisure Centre, (£9,250 from Orange)
Durham Court residential flats, Hepburn, (£8,600 from One2One)
Durham Court, Hepburn, (£8,500 from Orange)
Durham Court, Hepburn, (£5, 437 from Police/ O2)
Marlowe Walk, South Shields, (£2,500 from Vodafone)
Monastery Court, residential flats South Shields, (£3,335 from Orange)
Wilkinson Court, Jarrow, residential flats (£9,500)

SUNDERLAND CITY COUNCIL £18,500
Pennywell School, (£4,000 from O2)
Monkwearmouth School, (£3,000 from O2)
Houghton Kepier School, (£7,500 from Orange)
Burdon Lane, agricultural land, (£4,000 from Orange)

agnes
# Posted: 16 Dec 2006 05:21
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EAST OF ENGLAND
BEDFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
Does not hold information

CAMBRIDGE CITY COUNCIL - £87,250
Guildhall, Market Square (Office) (£9,250 from Vodafone and £9,500 from Hutchison)
Kingsway House, Carlton Way (Residential) (£9,000 from O2 and £9,000 from Orange)
Hanover Court, George IV Street (Residential) (£9,750 from Orange and £9,500 from Hutchison 3G)
Park Street Car Park (£9,500 from T-Mobile and £9,500 from Hutchison 3G)
Mercer's Row (Ind Estate) (£5,250 from O2)
Mandela House, Regent Street (Office) (£2,500 from Orange)
Sidney Street and Drummer Street, CCTV poles (£4,500 from O2)

CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL - £4,000
Priory Junior School, St Neots (Orange)

PETERBOROUGH CITY COUNCIL - £44,669
Unnamed land (£5,000 x2 from Hutchison 3G and £50 from Orange)
Unnamed secondary schools (£5,000 from Hutchison 3G, £4,500 from Orange and £5,000 from T-Mobile)
Unnamed commercial building (£7,119 from O2 and £8,000 from Orange
Unnamed sports centre (£5,000 from Orange)

ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL - £13,532
Wells Park School, Chigwell (£3,000 from O2)
Mayflower School, Billericay (£3,788 from Vodafone)
Great Baddow High School, Chelmsford (£1,500 from Orange)*
Oakview School, Loughton (£5,244 from Orange)*
*directly managed by the schools

HERTFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL - £102,210
Cotlandswick football pitch floodlights (£1,238 from Orange)
Chorleywood farmland (£984 from Mercury PCN)
Scratchwood farmland (£4,590 from Orange)
Edwarebury farmland (£7,000 from Orange and O2)
Edwarebury pylon site (£2,000 from T-Mobile)
Roundbush farmland (£12,108 from Orange, O2, T-Mobile and Hutchison 3G)
Berrygrove Wood (£4,000 from Vodafone)
Middle Farm (£5,915 from Vodafone, Mercury, One-to-One and BT Cellnet)
Hertford County Hall (£10,271 from T-Mobile)
Garston Francis Coombe School (£3,734 from Mercury)
Watford Orchard JMI Primary School (£5,250 from BT Cellnet and Orange)
Cheshunt Fire Station (£18,800 from T-Mobile and O2)
Radlett Fire Station (£7,200 from O2)
Redbourn Fire Station (£7,270 from Orange)
Sawbridgeworth Fire Station (£7,600 from T-Mobile)
Hitchin Fire Station (£4,250 from Vodafone)

NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL £60,765
County Hall, Norwich (T-Mobile, O2 and Hutchison 3G)
Postwick Park and Ride (Hutchison 3G)
Sprowston Fire Station (T-Mobile)
Aylsham Fire Station (Orange)
Downham Market Fire Station (O2)
Sheringham Fire Station (Vodafone)
Terrington St Clements Fire Station (Orange)
Thetford Fire Station (Vodafone)
Wymondham Fire Station (Orange)

NORWICH CITY COUNCIL - £61,350
Ashbourne Tower (Residential) (£8,500 from T-Mobile)
Normandie Tower (Residential) (£9,500 from T-Mobile)
Seaman Tower (Residential) (£10,250 from T-Mobile)
Winchester (Residential) (£8,000 from Orange)
Aylmer Tower (Residential) (£7,000 Orange and £6,500 from O2)
Gertrude Road (£11,600 from Arqiva)

SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL
Asked for request to be re-defined

agnes
# Posted: 16 Dec 2006 05:33
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EAST OF ENGLAND
BEDFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
Does not hold information

CAMBRIDGE CITY COUNCIL - £87,250
Guildhall, Market Square (Office) (£9,250 from Vodafone and £9,500 from Hutchison)
Kingsway House, Carlton Way (Residential) (£9,000 from O2 and £9,000 from Orange)
Hanover Court, George IV Street (Residential) (£9,750 from Orange and £9,500 from Hutchison 3G)
Park Street Car Park (£9,500 from T-Mobile and £9,500 from Hutchison 3G)
Mercer's Row (Ind Estate) (£5,250 from O2)
Mandela House, Regent Street (Office) (£2,500 from Orange)
Sidney Street and Drummer Street, CCTV poles (£4,500 from O2)

CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL - £4,000
Priory Junior School, St Neots (Orange)
OH YEAH?
Then what is this?
A SCHOOL, blocks of flats and office buildings are all being rented out for mobile phone masts by Cambridgeshire councils, the News can reveal.
Payments totalling more than £90,000 a year are being paid by phone companies to erect masts on council-owned buildings.
http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/news/huntingdon/2006/12/05/734aebdb-2c 03-4ab6-ab8f-f1d3b913333e.lpf

PETERBOROUGH CITY COUNCIL - £44,669
Unnamed land (£5,000 x2 from Hutchison 3G and £50 from Orange)
Unnamed secondary schools (£5,000 from Hutchison 3G, £4,500 from Orange and £5,000 from T-Mobile)
Unnamed commercial building (£7,119 from O2 and £8,000 from Orange
Unnamed sports centre (£5,000 from Orange)

ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL - £13,532
Wells Park School, Chigwell (£3,000 from O2)
Mayflower School, Billericay (£3,788 from Vodafone)
Great Baddow High School, Chelmsford (£1,500 from Orange)*
Oakview School, Loughton (£5,244 from Orange)*
*directly managed by the schools

HERTFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL - £102,210
Cotlandswick football pitch floodlights (£1,238 from Orange)
Chorleywood farmland (£984 from Mercury PCN)
Scratchwood farmland (£4,590 from Orange)
Edwarebury farmland (£7,000 from Orange and O2)
Edwarebury pylon site (£2,000 from T-Mobile)
Roundbush farmland (£12,108 from Orange, O2, T-Mobile and Hutchison 3G)
Berrygrove Wood (£4,000 from Vodafone)
Middle Farm (£5,915 from Vodafone, Mercury, One-to-One and BT Cellnet)
Hertford County Hall (£10,271 from T-Mobile)
Garston Francis Coombe School (£3,734 from Mercury)
Watford Orchard JMI Primary School (£5,250 from BT Cellnet and Orange)
Cheshunt Fire Station (£18,800 from T-Mobile and O2)
Radlett Fire Station (£7,200 from O2)
Redbourn Fire Station (£7,270 from Orange)
Sawbridgeworth Fire Station (£7,600 from T-Mobile)
Hitchin Fire Station (£4,250 from Vodafone)

NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL £60,765
County Hall, Norwich (T-Mobile, O2 and Hutchison 3G)
Postwick Park and Ride (Hutchison 3G)
Sprowston Fire Station (T-Mobile)
Aylsham Fire Station (Orange)
Downham Market Fire Station (O2)
Sheringham Fire Station (Vodafone)
Terrington St Clements Fire Station (Orange)
Thetford Fire Station (Vodafone)
Wymondham Fire Station (Orange)

NORWICH CITY COUNCIL - £61,350
Ashbourne Tower (Residential) (£8,500 from T-Mobile)
Normandie Tower (Residential) (£9,500 from T-Mobile)
Seaman Tower (Residential) (£10,250 from T-Mobile)
Winchester (Residential) (£8,000 from Orange)
Aylmer Tower (Residential) (£7,000 Orange and £6,500 from O2)
Gertrude Road (£11,600 from Arqiva)

SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL
Asked for request to be re-defined

agnes
# Posted: 16 Dec 2006 05:34
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WEST MIDLANDS
HEREFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL £7,469
Queen Elizabeth High School, Bromyard, (£2,500 from Orange)
Grafton Repair Depot, Hereford, (£4,500 from Vodafone)
Hereford United FC, (£469 from Orange)

SHROPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL £45,235
Lakelands School, Ellesmere, (Orange fee not disclosed)
Lacon Childe School, Cleobury Mortimer, (Orange fee not disclosed)
Shropshire CC Shirehall, Shrewsbury, (Orange, T-Mobile, Hutchison 3G, fee not disclosed)
Abdon Burf Radio Mast, Ditton Priors, (Airwaves O2, fee not disclosed)
Bridgnorth Endowed School, Bridgnorth, (Orange, fee not disclosed)
Bridgnorth Depot, Stourbridge Road, Bridgnorth, (Orange, fee not disclosed)

STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL £69,482
Bleak House Farm, Haughton, (Crown Castle fee not disclosed)
Holding at Blurton Grange Farm, Longton, (BT Cellnet, fee not disclosed)
Elmhurst Farm, Whitgreave, (Vodafone, Orange, fee not disclosed)
Farm land at Redhill, Stafford, (One2One, fee not disclosed)
97 Road End Farm, Whitgreave, (Hutchison 3D and O2, fee not disclosed)
The Blake High School, Cannock, (Vodafone, fee not disclosed)
Blake Valley Technology College, Cannock, (Vodafone, fee not disclosed)
Chase Terrace High School, Chase Terrace, (O2, fee not disclosed)
Codshall High School, Codsall, (T-Mobile, fee not disclosed)
Codshall Middle School, (Vodafone, fee not disclosed)
Fair Oak High School, Rugeley, (Vodafone, Orange, Crown Castle, fee not disclosed)
Great Wyrley High School, Great Wyrley, (O2, Orange, fee not disclosed)
Perton Middle School, Perton, (Vodafone fee not disclosed)
Wolstanton High School, Wolstanton, (Orange, fee not disclosed)
Seabridge Office Building, Newcastle under Lyme, (Vodafone, fee not disclosed)
Wombourne multi-purpose day centre, Wombourne, (Vodafone, fee not disclosed)

STOKE-ON-TRENT CITY COUNCIL £19,800
Arthur Cotton Court, Burslem (Residential) (£7,000 from T-Mobile)
Burnwood CP School, Chell Heath (£1,500 from Vodafone)
Lindop Court, Hanley (Residential) (£5,300 from Orange)
Regent Centre, Hanley (Offices) (£6,000 from Vodafone)

WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL £24,764
Fire Station, Leamington Spa (O2)
Shire Hall, Warwick (Orange)
Southam College (One2One)
Fire Station, Studley (Orange)
Shipston on Stour High School (Orange)
Dunchurch, Dunkley Farm (Orange)
Kingsbury School (Orange)
*individual contracts not disclosed

BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL
Information not received ****
No wonder: Just look here:
Birmingham council is raking in ca. £.500.000.-/ year by mobile mast installations,
But they still WANT MORE!! MAST PROTESTORS STEP UP CAMPAIGN
http://www.suttonobserver.co.uk/displayNode.jsp?nodeId=185934&command= displayContent&sourceNode=185921&contentPK=16133471&formname=filtersea rch

COVENTRY CITY COUNCIL £44,429
Winding House Lane (£4,000 from Orange)
Dutton Road (£3,771 from T-Mobile)
Jubilee Crescent (£3,822 from T-Mobile)
Wyken Slough (£3,771 from T-Mobile)
Civic Centre (£15,000 from Orange)
Smithford Way (£1,415 from Orange)
Orange site (£2,500 from Orange)
Little Heath Ind Estate (£4,800 from Vodafone)
Hillmorton Road (£350 from JW Dyde)
Fulwood Close (£5,000 from Orange)

DUDLEY METROPOLITAN COUNCIL £98,300
Coseley Swimming Baths, Bilston (£5,000 from O2)
Kennedy Court, Stourbridge (£6,800 from Orange)
Baylie Court, Stourbridge (£6,500 from T-Mobile and £5,000 from O2)
Claverley Court, Dudley (£4,750 from Vodafone)
Malvern House, Halesowen (£6,500 from T-Mobile)
Ankerdine Court, Halesowen (£6,800 from Orange)
Wells Court, Brierley Hill (£7,750 from Orange)
Chaucer House, Halesowen (£5,900 from Orange)
Brick Kiln Court, Brierley Hill (£5,900 from Orange)
Hill Bank, Stourbridge (£5,600 from Orange)
Worcester House, Halesowen (£5,000 from O2)
Clent Court, Dudley (£7,500 from Orange and £5,750 from T-Mobile)
Butterfield Court, Dudley (£7,750 from Orange and £5,500 from O2)
Civic Centre, Brierley Hill (£300 from BBC)
SANDWELL METROPOLITAN COUNCIL £119,750
Russell House, Wednesbury x2 (Residential)
Lancaster House, Rowley Regis (Residential)
Brook View, Smethwick (Residential)
Allen House, Birmingham x2 (Residential)
Bolton Court, Tipton x2 (Residential)
Gunn House, Oldbury x2 (Residential)
Hawthorn House, West Bromwich (Residential)
Holly Court, Walsall (Residential)
Hamstead House, Birmingham (Residential)
St Mary's House, West Bromwich (Residential)
Kynaston House, West Bromwich (Residential)
Thomson Gardens, Smethwick (Residential)
Addenbrook Court, Cradley Heath (Residential)
Wolverhampton Road, Oldbury
Lower City Road, Tividale

SOLIHULL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL*
Bedford House, Sanda Croft (Residential)
Gonville House, Dove Way (Residential)
Nuffield House, Kingfisher Drive (Residential)
Redwood House, Broomcroft Road (Residential)
*Refused to release financial details

WALSALL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL*
Frank F. Harrison School, Bloxwich (BT Cellnet)
The Education Development Centre, Pelsall (Orange)
*Refused to release financial details.

WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL
Information not received

WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
Information not received

agnes
# Posted: 16 Dec 2006 05:35
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EAST MIDLANDS
DERBY CITY COUNCIL £102,848
CCTV poles in city centre (Vodafone)
Chadd Park Junior School (Orange)
Chapel Street Multi Storey Car Park (Orange)
Chesapeake Centre (Vodafone)
City centre lighting columns (Orange)
High View School (Cellnet/O2 and Orange)
Rivermead House (T-Mobile and Orange)
Village School (T-Mobile and Orange)
Wetherby Centre (Orange)
Yarmouth House (Orange)
Springwood Leisure Centre (Hutchison 3G)

LEICESTER CITY COUNCIL £44,725
Eyres Monsell Primary School (£3,250 from Orange)
Brailsford Road (£5,000 from Orange and O2)
Outdoor Pursuits Centre (£5,000 from Orange and £4,000 from Vodafone)
Lancaster Boys School (£6,000 from Orange)
Western Park Telephone Site (£6,500 from Vodafone)
Bonney Road Allotments (O2, under negotiation)
Anstey Lane Gilroes Cemetery (£3,725 from Arqiva)
Commercial Square (£11,250 from G4 Cash Services)

LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL £28,430*
Paget Farm, Ibstock (Orange)
Pen Hill Farm, Cotes de Val (Cellnet)
County Hall (O2 and T-Mobile)
*Individual contracts not disclosed

LINCOLN CITY COUNCIL £18,364
Residential Flats*
Would not disclose individual locations or contracts

LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
Does not hold the information

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL £88,408*
Thrapston Fire Station
Mereway Community College
Wootton Hall Park
Campion School
Sponne School
Moulton Way Fire Service HQ
Long Buckby Fire Station
Huxlow Science College
Oundle Fire Station
Mereway Fire Station
St Davids Catholic Middle School
Blackthorn Middle School
Daventry Fire Station
Northampton Fire Station
*Requested more time to discuss/consider releasing individual contracts

NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL £288,715
Nottingham Fashion Centre, Huntingdon Street (£8,000 from T-Mobile)
Nottingham Tennis Centre, University Boulevard (£4,500 from Orange)
Clifton Leisure Centre, Southchurch Drive (£4,500 from T-Mobile)
Woolpack Lane, Lace Market (£8,000 from T-Mobile)
Bestwood Community School, Padstow Road (£4,863 from O2 and £3,292 from Orange)
Parkway Court, Glaisdale Parkway (£4,500 from T-Mobile)
Wilford Lane Allotments, Wilford Lane (£4,500 from T-Mobile)
Kilbourn Street Car Park (£4,500 from T-Mobile)
Mill Hill, Barton Lane (£2,000 from Crown Castle and £4,000 from Crown Castle)
Recycling Centre, Redfield Road (£4,500 from T-Mobile)
Churchfield Court, Bewcastle Road (£4,615 from Crown Castle)
Willoughby Court, Church Street (£7,500 from Vodafone)
Harvey Hadden Stadium, Wigman Road (£4,356 from Crown Castle)
Service Tunnel at Victoria Street (£600 from Mercury Communications)
Southchurch Court, Clifton (£7,763 from Orange)
Victoria Flats, Victoria Centre (£8,472 from Vodafone)
Digby Court, Church Street (£8,000 from Orange and £8,000 from T-Mobile)
Woodthorpe Court, Winchester Street (£8,000 from Orange)
Fletcher Gate Car Park (£1,665 from Orange)
Manning Comprehensive School (£4,250 from O2 and £6,750 from Orange)
Tunnel at Lister Gate (£530 General Communications)
Castle Gate House, Castle Gate (£1,665 from Orange)
Victoria Centre, Milton Street (£8,000 from Orange)
Southchurch Court, Farnborough Road (£5,620 from Pipex and £6,792 from T-Mobile)
Highhurst Court, Radford (£6,182 from Orange)
Highcross Court, Radford (£8,000 from T-Mobile)
Glen Bott Comprehensive School, Sutton Passeys Crescent (£6,750 from Orange)
Top Valley Comprehensive School (£6,750 from Orange)
Lower Parliament Street (£2,433 from Orange)
Newgate Court, Lenton (£8,000 from BT Cellnet)
Queensbridge Road, The Meadows (£1,337 from Pipex and £8,000 from Hutchison 3G)
Fletcher Gate Car Park (£8,000 from Vodafone and £8,000 from Hutchison 3G)
Lawrence House, Clarendon Street (£8,000 from O2 and £8,000 from Hutchison 3G)
Portland Leisure Centre (£7,500 from Hutchison 3G)
Bulwell Forest Golf Course (£4,500 from Hutchison 3G)
Whitemoor Court, Nuthall Road (£4,500 from Hutchison 3G)
Wilford Lane Allotments (£4,500 from Hutchison 3G)
Clifton Playing Fields (£3,000 from Hutchison 3G)
Mansfield Road, Sherwood (£3,000 from Hutchison 3G)
The Guildhall, Burton Street (£8,000 from T-Mobile)
Clifton Lane (£4,500 from Hutchison 3G)
Lawrence House, Clarendon Street (£8,000 from T-Mobile
Mill Hill, Barton Lane (£2,000 from Crown Castle)
Churchfield Court, Bewcastle Road (£3,528 from Crown Castle and £2,500 from Crown Castle)
Willoughby Court, Lombard Close (£4,000 from Airwave MMO2)
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL £46, 355
Colonel Frank Seeley School (£1,427 from Vodafone)
Bramcote Hills Sports and Community College (£8,000 from T-Mobile)
Toot Hill Comprehensive (£1,250 from Vodafone and £3,000 from Orange)
Blyth Highway Depot (£5,000 from Orange)
Redhill Comprehensive (£7,000 from Orange)
Trent Bridge House (£7,500 from Orange)
Joseph Whitaker Comprehensive (£3,250 from Vodafone)
Arnold Hill School (£3,250 from Vodafone)
The Wheldon School (£3,250 from Vodafone)
Chilwell School (£3,428 from Orange)

agnes
# Posted: 16 Dec 2006 05:37
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SOUTH WEST
BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL
Information not received

CORNWALL COUNTY COUNCIL £38,472
Torpoint Community School (Vodafone)
Tamar Bridge, Saltash (Orange and Vodafone)
Launceston College (Vodafone)
Padstow FS (Orange)
Kit Hill Stack, near Callington (£6,000 from Orange)
Liskeard Fire Station (£1,500 from Telecom Securicor)
Saltash Community School (£2,000 from Telecom Securicor)
Looe Community School (£3,000 from Orange)
Old County Hall, Truro (Telecom Securicor)
Saltash Fire Station (£5,000 from Orange)
Penzance Fire Station (£5,000 from Orange)

DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL £74,250
Five farm sites, a civic centre building, two schools, seven street furniture sites, and a country park.*
Specific details not given

EXETER CITY COUNCIL £14,887
Rennes House, Vaughan Road, (Residential) (£6,887 from O2 and £8,000 from T-Mobile)

PLYMOUTH CITY COUNCIL £44,549
Austin Avenue, North Prospect (£4,000 from Orange)
Aylesbury Crescent, Whitleigh (£6,500 from O2)
Civic Centre, Plymouth (£7,500 from Vodafone and £9,637 from Orange)
Market Avenue, Pymouth (£2,147 from Orange)
Tamar Bridge, Plymouth (£3,432 from Vodafone)
Former Southway Community College (£8,000 from Orange)
Bickleigh Down, Roborough (£3,333 from O2)

DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL £35,600
County Hall, Dorchester (£7,000 from T-Mobile and £7,000 from Orange)
Ferndown Upper School (£1,500 from Vodafone)
Avon Forest Country Park (£3,500 from Telecom Securicor, £4,500 from Orange, £4,500 from Vodafone and £4,500 from Crown Castle)
The Trinity Centre, Shaftesbury (£200 from police)
Highway Depot, Westminster Road, Wareham (£2,850 from Orange and £50 from Vodafone)

GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL £162,362
Details supplied

SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNCIL
Asked for a further 20 days, as permitted under EIR legislation.

SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL £15,581
County Hall Aerial (£11,250 from Vodafone)
County Hall Aerial (£2,000 from ASPA)
Frome Fire Station Aerial (£1,203.12 from ASPA)
Hestercombe Fire Brigade HQ (£1,128.13 from ASPA)

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SOUTH WEST
WEST BERKSHIRE COUNCIL £8,997
Kennet School (£5,750)
John Of Gaunt School (£3,247)

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL £145,000*
Alfriston School (Orange)
Beaconsfield School (Orange)
Burnham Upper (Orange)
Chesham Park (Gridcom and TVP)
Evreham Centre (O2)
High Ash CE Combined (T-Mobile)
Highcrest Community School (O2 and Orange)
Holmer Green Upper School (Orange)
John Hampden Grammar School (Orange)
Kingswood First School (T-Mobile)
Mandeville School (Orange)
Huntsmoor Park Farm (Vodafone)
Hodgemoor Wood (T-Mobile)
Isle of Wight Farm (O2, Orange, Hutchison 3G and Vodafone)
Mansfield Farm (Vodafone)
Moorcroft Farm (O2)
New House Farm (O2, Vodafone)
Eight unnamed tower blocks
Handy Cross depot (O2)
*Individual contracts not given

BRIGHTON AND HOVE CITY COUNCIL £84,581*
Conway Court, Hove (Residential) (£4,784 from Vodafone)
Ellen House, Hove (Residential) (£5,104 from Orange)
Tyson Place off Edward St (Residential) (£4,500 from Orange)
Livingstone House, Clarendon Road (Residential) (£7,500 from O2)
Bartholomew House (Office) £4,252 from Vodafone)
Shoreham Airport (£7,500 from Airwave MMO2)
Newmarket Hill, Kingston Lewes (Land) (£20,257 from Crown Castle, O2, Orange, T-Mobile, Hutchison 3G and Vodafone)
Whitehawk Hill (Allotments) (£9,478 from Crown Castle, O2, Orange, T-Mobile, Vodafone, Hutchison 3G)
Patcham Ladies Mile Road (£21,206 from Crown Castle, O2, Orange, T-Mobile, Vodafone, Hutchison 3G)
*Individual contracts not given

EAST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL £59,608
Eastbourne Technology College, Brodrick Road (£3,358 from Orange)
Helenswood Upper School, The Ridge (£3,000 from Orange)
County Hall, Anne's Crescent, Lewes (£10,700 from Orange, £10,000 from T-Mobile, £8,050 from Vodafone, £10,700 from Hutchison 3G,
£13,800 from O2)

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL £47,190*
Crestwood College, Shakespeare Road, Eastleigh (Orange)
Land off Hook Lane, Hook, Warsash (T-Mobile)
Henry Court Community College, Hilson Drive, Fareham. (Orange)
Land at Otterbourne Road, Compton, Winchester (Vodafone, BT Cellnet)
Cove School, St John's Road, Cove, Farnborough (T-Mobile, O2)
Aldworth Science College, Western Way, Basingstoke (O2)
*Individual contracts not disclosed

SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL £5,571
Solent Business Centre, Millbrook Road (£5,571 from Orange)

ISLE OF WIGHT COUNCIL £42,712
County Hall (£5,000 from Vodafone, £5,600 from Orange, £4,532 from Mercury One2One, £5,665 from Cellnet)
Shanklin Theatre (£4,500 from Orange, £4,496 from Cellnet)
Civic Centre, Sandown (£3,955 from Orange, £3,233 from Cellnet)
Cowes High School (£4,229 from Orange, £750 from police)
Carisbrook High School (£750 from police)

CANTERBURY CITY COUNCIL
Information not received

KENT COUNTY COUNCIL £63,951
Astor College for the Arts (£1,140 from Vodafone)
Aycliffe Community Primary School (£1,500 from Orange)
Bean Primary School (£3,259 from Mercury)
Beaver Green Infant School (£1,152 from Vodafone)
Brushdane Wood Salt Store (£5,750 from Telecom Securicor)
County Library HQ, Maidstone (£5,500 from Orange)
Former Highways Depot, Canterbury (£3,772 from Telecom Securicor)
Holmesdale Community School, Snodland (£7,288 from Telecom Securicor)
King Ethelbert School, Birchington (£4,235 from Orange)
Land next to Sittingbourne Community College (£6,000 from Telecom Securicor)
Land at Maidstone Road, Sevenoaks (£4,000 from Orange)
Milestone School, Longfield (£5,750 from BT Cellular)
Pinewood Workshop, Winterfield Lane, Aylesford (£8,000 from Orange)
Swanley School, Swanley (£1,655 from Microtel)
Valence School, Westerham (£4,950 from BT Cellular, £3,262 from Mercury, £7,500 from Orange)

OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL £180,106
Abingdon Fire Station (£12,000 from Orange, £5,000 from Vodafone)
Henley Fire Station (£10,000 from O2)
Banbury Road, Highways Depot ((£9,935 from Orange)
Slade Fire Station (£8,922 from O2)
Didcot Fire Station (£8,000 from Vodafone)
Wantage Fire Station (£6,771 from T-Mobile)
Kidlington Fire Station £6,685 from T-Mobile, £5,930 from O2, £5,000 from Vodafone)
Oxford Community School (£6,428 from Orange)
Larkmead School, Abingdon (£6,350 from O2)
Matthew Arnold School, Cumnor (£6,290 from O2, £4,150 from Orange, £6,000 from T-Mobile)
Whitney Fire Station (£6,000 from Orange, £1,925 from Highway One)
Charlbury, Sturt Road (£6,000 from O2)
Henley Fire Station (£5,676 from Vodafone)
Hook Norton Fire Station (£5,633 from T-Mobile, £1,976 from Orange)
Bicester Fire Station (£5,623 from T-Mobile)
Farringdon Fire Station (£5,250 from O2)
Thame Fire Station (£4,810 from T-Mobile)
Goring Fire Station (£4,500 from T-Mobile)
Bampton Fire Station (£4,500 from Vodafone)
Charlbury Fire Station (£4,500 from Vodafone)
Woodstock Fire Station (£4,500 from Vodafone)
Burford School (£4,000 from O2)
Chipping Norton Highways Depot (£3,500 from Network Rail)
Banbury School (£2,273 from Telecom Systems)
Eynsham Fire Station (£1,976 from Orange)

OXFORD CITY COUNCIL £37,750
Cowley Centre, Hockmore Tower (£9,250 from T-Mobile)
Windrush (£5,000 from Highway One, £5,500 from Vodafone)
Forresters (£4,500 from Vodafone)
Plowman (£9,000 from T-Mobile, £4,500 from Vodafone)

SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL
Information not received

WEST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL
Information not received

agnes
# Posted: 16 Dec 2006 05:38
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GREATER LONDON
BARKING AND DAGENHAM
Information not received

BARNET LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL
Information not received

BEXLEY LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL - £14,473
Unnamed Civic Building (£6,533 from O2)
Unnamed Primary School (£6,940 from Orange)
Unnamed Secondary School (£10,000 from T-Mobile)

BRENT LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL
Information not received

BROMLEY LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL £14,063.46
West Wickham Pools (Orange)
Central Depot Bromley (O2)
World of Golf Sidcup (O2 and T-Mobile)

CAMDEN LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL - £166,120.37
Did not disclose locations.

CITY OF LONDON
Information not requested

CROYDON LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL
Information not received

EALING LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL £117,500
Churchill Court (Residential) (£12,250 from T-Mobile)
Gainsborough Tower (Residential) (£14,250 from Orange)
Kestrel House (Residential) (£8,500 from Orange)
Arlington Court (Residential) (£4,500 from Orange)
Tintern Court (Residential) (£6,000 from Orange)
Rutherford Tower (Residential) (£12,000 from T-Mobile)
Woburn Tower (Residential) (£13,000 from T-Mobile)
Wigmore Court (Residential) (£5,000 from BT Cellnet)
Gleneagles Tower (Residential) (£7,000 from BT Cellnet)
Crossbow House (Residential) (£12,000 from T-Mobile)
Ealing Town Hall (£5,500 from Orange)
Glade Lane (£17,500 from Arquiva)

ENFIELD LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL
Information not requested

GREENWICH LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL £114,906
Shooters Hill (Land) (£20,000 from Grid Com)
Westcombe Court (Residential) (£11,875 from Orange)
Passfield House (Residential) (£10,000 from T-Mobile)
Pipenhall (Residential) (£10,000 from T-Mobile)
Eltham Green School (£12,000 from T-Mobile)
Marble House (Residential) (£6,651 from T-Mobile, £14,250 from Orange)
Crystal House (Residential) (£5,565 from Vodafone)
Crown Wood School (£5,565 from Orange)
Coldharbour The Crest (Residential) £10,000 to MMO2)
Riverside House (Office) (£9,000 to Vodafone)
HACKNEY LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL £110,140
Gooch House (£4,800 from Orange)
Joseph Court (£1,800 from Orange)
Barrie House (£7,000 from T-Mobile)
Clock House (£7,000 from T-Mobile)
Angrave Court (£7,000 from T-Mobile)
Pitcairn House (£8,000 from Orange)
The Beckers (£6,500 from Vodafone)
Welshpool House (£7,000 from Orange)
Chaucer Court (£7,000 from Orange)
Shoreditch House (£2,245 from Orange)
Grange Court (£7,000 from Orange)
Kingsgate House (£2,245 from Orange)
Carlyle House (£8,650 from Orange)
Marcon House (£8,650 from Orange)
Lister Court (£3,000 from O2)
Caliban Towers (£8,650 from Orange)

HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM LONDON £40,109
Horton House (Residential) (£9,500 from O2)
Arthur Henderson House (Residential) (£3,411 from T-Mobile)

61-106 Barclay Close (Residential) (£8,948 from O2)
Lancaster Court (Residential) (£3,250 from Orange)
Town Hall Extension (Offices) (£15,000 from Orange)

HARINGEY LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL
Information not received

HARROW LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL
Information not received

HAVERING LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL £120,974
New Plymouth House (Residential) (T-Mobile)
Kipling Towers (Residential) (T-Mobile)
Brittons School (Vodafone)
Chafford School (T-Mobile)
Dunningford (T-Mobile)
Napier House (Residential) (Orange)
Highfield Towers (Residential) (T-Mobile)
Mercury House (Residential) (Orange, T-Mobile)
Bower Park School (O2UK)
Hal Mead School (O2UK, Vodafone)
Kingswood School (T-Mobile)

HILLINGDON LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL £19, 841
Brookside Community Centre, Yeading, (£10, 328 from National Grid Wireless)
Cherry Lane Cemetery, Hayes, (£8,385 from National Grid Wireless)
Hayes Stadium, Hayes, (£1,127 from Vodafone)

HOUNSLOW LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL
Information not requested

ISLINGTON LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL
Not able to respond within time limit. Asked for more time.

KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA ROYAL BOROUGH COUNCIL £88,636* (04/05)
Adair Tower (Residential) (£10,000 from Vodafone)
Chesterton Square (Residential) (£10,000 from Orange)
Elm Park House (Residential) (£11,000 from Orange, £10,636 from Vodafone)
Dixon House (Residential) (£10,000 from Vodafone)
Frinstead House (Residential) (£10,000 from Orange)
Kensington Town Hall (£5,000 from Orange)
Marley House (Residential) (£15,000 from Orange)
Parkwood Hall School (Residential special school) (£7,000 from T-Mobile)

LAMBETH LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL - £137,016
Mary Secole House, Clapham High Street (Office)
Mahatma Gandhi Industrial Estate, Milkwood Road
Bedford House, Bedford Road (Residential)
Lambeth Towers, Kennington Road (Residential)
Elstead House, Redlands Way (Residential)
Windmill House, Wotton Street (Residential)
Weir Estate, Atkins Road (Residential)
Summerfield House, Bentons Lane (Residential)
Park View House, Hurst Street Estate (Residential)
Sirinham Point, Ashmole Estate (Residential)
Stockwell Park School, Clapham Road
Wooley House, Loughborough Estate (Residential)
Herne Hill House, Hurst Street (Residential)
Elkington House, Lollard Street (Residential)
Calidore Close, Endymion Road (Residential)
Silverburn House, Lothian Road (Residential)
Jewell House, Weir Estate (Residential)

LEWISHAM
Information not received

MERTON LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL
Merton Cemetery (£6,700)
Civic Centre (£11,000, £12,100, £12,400)
Windsor Avenue (Land) (£3,750)
Car Park, St Mark's Road, Mitcham (£11,000)
Ricards Lodge High School (£6,900* goes to school budget)

NEWHAM LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL - £232,103
Tower Blocks - refused to give locations.

REDBRIDGE LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL
Information not received

RICHMOND UPON THAMES LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL - £9,708
Whitton Secondary School (£9,708 to Vodafone)

ROYAL BOROUGH OF KINGSTON UPON THAMES - £19,000
Drapers Car Park, Kent Road (£9,000 from Vodafone)
Chessington Community College (£10,000 from Orange)

SOUTHWARK LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL
Information not received

SUTTON LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL - £30,644
War Memorial Sports Ground, Colston Avenue
Cheam Leisure Centre, Malden Road
Chaucer House, Chaucer Gardens (Residential)

TOWER HAMLETS LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL - £69,500
Henshall Point (£12,500 from T-Mobile, £16,500 from T-Mobile)
Rhodeswell (£16,500 from T-Mobile)
Ogilvie House, Stepney Causeway (£5,000 from T-Mobile)
Oswell House, Farthing Fields (£5,000 from T-Mobile)
Michigan House, Westferry Road (£5,000 from T-Mobile)
Orion House, Barnsley Street (£7,500 from T-Mobile)
John Orwell Sports Centre (£1,500 from Orange)

WALTHAM FOREST LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL £48,693
St Georges Tower (Residential) (Orange)
St Nicholas Tower (Residential) (Orange)
St Nicholas Court (Residential) (O2)
Rayner Tower (Residential) (NTL)
St Patrick's Court, Woodford Green (Residential) (Vodafone)

WANDSWORTH BOROUGH COUNCIL - £185,000
Did not give specific locations

WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL
Information not received

agnes
# Posted: 16 Dec 2006 05:59
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We now have a link to the Nottingham City Council "Dirty Money" spinner:

Nottingham City Council made more than £288,000 by allowing mobile phone masts on its properties last year.
http://www.thisisnottingham.co.uk/displayNode.jsp?nodeId=195917&comman d=displayContent&sourceNode=134241&contentPK=16169012&folderPk=78486&p NodeId=133951


As you can see by this extenxive list, many of the councils would not give information, not even under the "Freedom of Information Act" (tells you how much that act is worth) Maybe they are busy investing the cash in the Telecommunications Industry to up their already generous pension funds, as this has been known to happen in several councils.
I do not now, but somehow wonder........... by now, the our "Leaders" Hypocracy does not take me by surprice.

But I will keep posting the results of the "Councils Dirty Money Trail" as and when more information flows into my postbox.

And remember, this is only the X-factor count for the UK.

If someone in other countries can supply similar info for where YOU live, please dont hold back, I will put it up, however small or large area it counts for.

We need to clean up our countries, and our politicians Hypocracy and Greed, and this is a very appropriate point to start it with.

So get working folks, get the info for YOUR sakes, and most of all GET THE INFO ABOVE BOARD.

These Councils All Want to be Re-Elected, Remember!
Best regards.
Agnes Ingvarsdottir.
www.mast-victims.org.
E-mail: agnes@mast-victims.org

Anonymous
# Posted: 17 Dec 2006 02:09
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Anonymous
# Posted: 4 Jul 2007 16:39
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where is whickham

peterkin1010
# Posted: 14 Oct 2010 21:04
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Well with all that hard evidence of the carcinogenic abilities of Mobile Phone Masts I'm assuming of course that none of you are using Mobile Phones.

For those of you that don't whilst I disagree with you I respect your opinion.

For those that do how the hell do you expect a mobile to work without a mast?

Or is it that people in high rise flats can fall victim provided you don't?

Or more likely you are a bunch of greedy,stupid,selfish NIMBY's who want the benefits of a vital technology without suffering slight aethestic drawback of a mast in your area.

ericgeneric
Member
# Posted: 14 Oct 2010 22:14
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Please crawl back under your rock (or more likely a telecoms company office). Thankyou.

EG.

peterkin1010
# Posted: 7 Nov 2010 14:37
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And you crawl back to the stinking cesspool of slime you hypocritical piece of snob scum-I'M NOT EMPLOYED IN TELECOMS, I JUST HATE YOU FOOLS!

charles
# Posted: 7 Nov 2010 18:55
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Hello peterkin,

you are quite right that phone masts do not cause cancer.
And not everybody gets cancer. Luckily.

Many people may have a cancer virus in their body, which is there lataent present. It may develope maybe in 40-60 years, or perhaps never, nobody knows.

However, people with a damaged immune system may have the cancer virus, which is only waiting tille this immune system collapses dramatically, and then causes all those cancer cells and tumors.
Elektrosmog acts in this process as a catalyst or castalytic agent, by which the growing process of the tumors will be accelerated in such a way, that the growth time of cancers mau be shortened from 40 years up to 2 years.

And sadly, I also must agree, that a number of persons who demonstrate against phone masts do seem to have *cold ears*, so they cannot abandon their little toys. I however do not possess a mobile.
Stronger, I never call a mobile phone number, just out of principle.

The problem are not the masts, but the mobiles.
There are enough masts to cover everything.
But more masts are needed, because more and more people want to blabber to each other. So there is a capacity problem.
If people just would realise, that shortening their useless and silly conversations to a strict minimum, no more masts would be needed.

Good conversations are much better on table with a fine dinner, when you can see the other person in the eye.

The technology is not vital. I have grown up without it, and don't need it.

There are also quite a number of persons who suffer from elektrosmog. Not only from masts, but also from other appliances.
They do not drop dead instantly, but life is a real hell for them.
Those people are certainly not a bunch of greedy,stupid,selfish NIMBY's, but real-life persons who deserve your compassion.

It is because most Telco boys lack the imagination that other people may suffer from your toys.
Sure, those toys are very nice, fine gadgets, but at a price.
You peterkin, remember my words in twenty years, when you have become a victim of your own toys.

ericgeneric
Member
# Posted: 8 Nov 2010 02:24
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1. I am not hypocrite (since I do not use all this technology...I have dial-up, cathode-ray TV, and will only make a 30-second call on a old mobile if in emergency).

2. I agree with charles. Although it's a catch-22 situation because the public demand more and use the technology more due to incessant advertising, media hyperbole and the addictive nature of the technology itself. The demand may now be real, but it was created and is perpetuated by the telecom companies.

3. You are extremely rude. In fact, you would make a perfect O2/Vodafone employee.

EG.

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