7 Charles Street, Warners Bay NSW 2282

Telecommunications Facility

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website over 1 year ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Lake Macquarie City Council, reference DA-574/2018)


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  1. Mark Snedden commented

    Thank you for the opportunity t o speak about this application.
    I have read the information here within but I am seriously concerned that the actual potential for health concerns has not been adequately addressed.
    Can I please have correspondence with the Council around this issue? Can the Council also provide the date, time and venue for when the community forum will be held prior to any decision?
    Thank you for your consideration I look forward to your reply
    Mark Snedden

  2. Amanda Blackshaw commented

    Some information regarding the impact of phone towers:
    This will negatively impact the health and welfare of the local community.

  3. Raeleen Middleton commented

    I believe this will also have negative effects for community and health- why does it have to be in the middle of a residential neighbourhood?

  4. Stephen Weatherstone commented

    As a resident of Warners Bay and a regular visitor to the Village centre for shopping, dining and other activities I believe the proposed Optus tower will be detrimental to health of residents and visitors. The unprecedented increase in electromagnetic radiation exposure over the last 20 years has unknown implications for the health of humans. Dropping another source of electromagnetic radiation in the middle of suburbia, ie 7 Charles St Warners Bay, should be considered using precautionary principles.

    There appears to be very few benefits of the Optus tower for residents and potentially many detrimental effects of high powered electromagnetic radiation added to the swamp of existing radiation sources across Warners Bay.

    The application should be rejected by Council.

  5. Nigel Barrett commented

    This is inappropriate in a residential area. The physical concerns & anxiety this will cause residents is unacceptable. I would also suggest it would significantly impact on land values. Close to sporting field where children visit also makes this a significant issue.

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