Plans to set up an ‘undesirable’ 5G smart phone pole in a “leafed road” have been refused.
CK Hutchison Networks Limited desired permission from Gloucester Common council to place the 52ft (15m) pole in Kingscroft Roadway.
Councillor Declan Wilson, along with citizens elevated, problems regarding the potential site for the phone pole at the junction with Eco-friendly Lane.
Currently planning chiefs have rejected the propositions.
The Regional Freedom Coverage Solution reported that consultants servicing behalf of the applicants had stated high-speed mobile connectivity is the lifeblood of a neighborhood.
They said the 5G pole would certainly assist in academic benefits, give accessibility to crucial solutions, commercial benefits for organizations and make it possible for ecommerce and facilitate the raised need and need for working from residence.
Gloucester City Council stated the place was not appropriate for such an advancement.
Councillor Wilson: “I’m delighted this application has actually been rejected. It just had not been appropriate in an area such as this.”