AN amateur radio enthusiast could be forced to take down a 39ft aerial in his garden.
Peter Butterworth, of The Avenue, Limefield, put the mast in place on May 26 without Bury Council’s permission, according to documents he sent to the local authority.
Town hall chiefs have to give the green light for such aerials due to safety considerations and because of what neighbours might think about the height.
Mr Butterworth has now tabled a retrospective planning application and could be made to take down the mast if it is refused….READ MORE
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