Fighting against pole position

‘Once such a precedent is set, it will be impossible to return to tight planning control’

Fighting against pole position

Poles clear to be seen on the landscape of Causeway Road.

Lisa Gregg


Lisa Gregg


MEMBERS of a local community association have called for clarity around the installation of a number of poles in an area of outstanding natural beauty.

The poles are part of a high speed Broadband Project by HyperfastNI under the Department of Economy and it has started to display evidence of the progress to date on the North Coast.

That evidence, according to Mr Jim Wilkinson, the Chairman of the Causeway Coast Community Association (CCCA), is raising some “serious questions” about the role of the Planning Department of the Causeway Coast and Glens Council in relation to the move.

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