United Kingdom: Broadband an ‘excuse’ to build overhead cables in national parks

Telegraph: The Growth and Infrastructure Bill, due to pass through the House of Lords this week, is designed to kick-start the economy by making it easier to build roads, rail and warehouses in the countryside. But hidden in the Bill is a clause that makes it easier to put in broadband infrastructure such as overhead cables, boxes and antennae in national parks. Clause 8 removes the need for developers to seek approval from the relevant National Park Authority before building. Lord Deben, a former......

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