Mobile masts plan for Norwich’s Catholic cathedral

PUBLISHED: 13:56 29 November 2010

The Roman Catholic Cathedral in Norwich.

The Roman Catholic Cathedral in Norwich.


Plans have been lodged to replace three mobile phone mast antennas hidden in the bell tower of Norwich’s Roman Catholic Cathedral.

Vodafone already has antennas behind the louvres of the cathedral church in Earlham Road, but has asked Norwich City Council for permission to replace them.

There is already a mobile phone mast at the top of the tower, which belongs to T-Mobile.

In the submission to the city council, Vodafone says the proposed equipment fully complies with guidelines relating to emissions drawn up by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation.

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