The main source of near field radiation is your WiFi and your Mobile devices. It is simple to educate yourself about this and to learn new habits in safer use of these devices. The far field sources of RFR are the ever proliferating transmission masts.

These range from 30-80ft masts, which are sub 6Ghz 3G-5G, to the smart city WiFi flexi zones mounted on lamp posts, which are most likely paving the way for the active mmWave 5G small cell network. The 5G mast heads are MIMO (beam forming). 26Ghz mmWave airMax is currently used for point to point backhaul on tall masts. Microwave radiation is an environmental pollutant, and a threat to health.

Link to Mast Objection Steps

It is untrue that the health effects of RFR emitting masts is not a siting issue.  Indeed, no ‘siting’ issue for a mast is more significant, and paragraph 180 of the NPPF demonstrates that the health effects of a polluting technology, when used as an objection alongside evidence of such effects, has to be addressed as a ‘material planning consideration’.

You can send a Due Process Intervention letter to your council when you see a new mast/antenna proposal. This will alert them to their responsibilities to consider RFR pollution as a Material Planning Consideration. You can then send an Objection letter. For the 3 step process click the button above.

A Statutory Nuisance Complaint establishes your common law right not to accept a nuisance, even if the government currently permits it. With the SNC a common law nuisance is put on a statutory footing using the Environmental Protection Act. The hazard must be assessed by reference to all the evidence, not just current government guidelines. The burden of proof is not on you, but on the defendant to prove it is safe.

• You can issue a Statutory Nuisance Complaint (SNC) to object to the levels emitted from an existing mast: Please email us on

• You may also wish to inform your Local Councillor about the international concerns over the 5G rollout.

You can report symptoms to support the UK 5G judicial review submission here.

top: 5G 3.6Ghz. middle: 3G/4G
3G/4G monopole
wifi/4g flexi zone – 5g backhaul

Background Levels of electrosmog

The background levels of electrosmog (radiation) are increasingly unacceptable, particularly in urban areas:

See this site for Hammersmith and Fulham:

Near Crystal palace, spot the roadside monopole blasting out in an urban setting
Fulham Palace Road, 06.00. Ambient levels due mostly to streetlamp mounted smart city WiFi cells.

Measured using an Acousticom EMF meter, with phone on airplane mode, these clips show typical levels of electrosmog in London. For safer levels see here. Residents need to start objecting to this unwarranted intrusion. In hotspots for example in Shepherds Bush and Kings Cross the readings are off the scale.

Note: The Acousticom 2 measures wireless radiation levels. It is calibrated up to 6V/m, which is only 1/10th of the ICNIRP ‘safe’ level of 56 V/m, but 1000’s of studies have shown biological effects down to 0.05V/m, whereas the ICNIRP guidance just refers to heating effects over 6min exposure. See here.


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