09 Dec 2021

BREAKING: Planning permission request for Clonmel mast refused by Tipperary County Council

Residents welcome decision to turn down permission for 20 metre-high mast


Planning permission was requested to instal the mast on the grounds of Clonmel Town Football Club

Planning permission that had been sought for the installation of a telecommunications mast in Clonmel has been refused.

The go-ahead had been requested for a 21.1 metres monopole to support telecommunications antenna and ancillary equipment, cabinets, fencing and all associated site works for use by Three Ireland (Hutchinson) Ltd and other operators on the grounds of Clonmel Town football club.

However Tipperary County Council has today turned down the application.

The council's decision has been welcomed by local residents who had voiced strong opposition to the mast.

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