This consultation seeks views on the principle of amending permitted development rights to support deployment of 5G and extend mobile coverage.

This consultation closes at

Drones or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)  can take advantage of the capabilities provided by 5G technology. In particular, UAVs are expected to be an important component of 5G networks implementations and support different communication requirements and applications.


According to companies such as Qualcomm, when 5G gets to your neighbourhood, you might be getting your packages – or even pizzas – delivered by drones. The network will enable a multitude of autonomous drones to navigate your local skies safely, and even send notifications to your devices announcing their arrival.

UAVs working together with 5G can potentially facilitate the deployment of standalone or complementary communications infrastructures, and, due to its rapid deployment, these solutions are suitable candidates to provide network services in many scenarios.

This research article covers:

An NFV-Based Energy Scheduling Algorithm for a 5G Enabled Fleet of Programmable Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.

Meanwhile a company called have overcome one of the main obstacles to artificial intelligence getting inside a human’s decision cycle: its ability to accept enormous amounts of data from a variety of sensors, process it and make decisions rapidly.

Software called  ALPHA  can handle over 150 inputs including “all positional, velocity, and acceleration states, estimated missile range data, visibility of each platform, bogey ratio, and number of shots taken by hostile platforms.” The system also controls “the motion and firing capabilities of each  drone/aircraft, with control over more complex sensors planned for future work.”

Drones are becoming more and more powerful. In recent years the possible altitude, range, endurance, air speed and precision of navigation has risen appreciably. In addition, they can transport increasingly more mass.


Most drones are radio-controlled and can be detected with radio sensors. But there are also self-sufficient drones that are automatically started by timers and therefore cannot be detected by means of radio sensors. Apart from visual-optical and infrared sensors, radar technology can also be used, as in the ORAS project of the Fraunhofer FHR. Millimetre wave radar is ideal for monitoring in the immediate vicinity. Unlike cameras, radar is an active sensor that “illuminates” the scene independently and therefore works reliably even in the dark, rain, fog, dust or smoke. Such a system can be permanently installed or employed on a mobile basis.



Drones can also be used  as a way to monitor what we do and where we are. North Yorkshire County Council intend to use drones to spy on people to see if they breach any planning controls and many other councils are following suit.

Is 5G about to enable a ‘dystopian’ ‘Big Brother’ nightmare?

In November 2018, an  Israeli Technology show at the 5th International Homeland Security and Cyber Exhibition exhibited technology that can listen to private conversations when dozens of others are talking in a room, and pick any presence through thermal imaging.

Out of the top 500 cyber companies in the world, 354 are American but Israel is second with 82 – 40 of them registered in the US for tax reasons but nevertheless working in Israel.

The latest US Pegasus drone version is  practically invisible to the naked eye once it’s up in the air. Once programmed it can take off, fly thousands of miles, kill whoever, fly back and land itself without any human interaction.

It’s been coded to be able to bypass laws which state that a human must give a “kill” order in an adaptive situation (as it’s been deemed less likely to make a mistake) and on top of that they receive supplemental orders and information directly from other machines in which to based their actions upon that totally bypasses any chain of human command.

How long before this same technology is used in drones  to wipe out whole areas of people deemed to be renegades?

5G brings with it a whole plethora of dangerous technology that benefits only those in control. Allowing a corrupt and immoral system to thrive with no dissidents.







A Surrey University study implies that millions of trees would have to be cut down to ensure continuous signalling for self-driving buses, cars and trains.:

Brown, Tim, Michael Fitch, David Owens, Simon Saunders, Andy Sutton, and Stephen Temple. 5G Whitepaper: Meeting the Challenge of “Universal” Coverage, Reach and Reliability in the Coming 5G Era. Publication. Institute For Communication Systems, University of Surrey. 5. Accessed February 5, 2019.

“Having adjacent trees and or building at comparable heights to the mast can reduce coverage by as much as 70% in that direction, which is not in the interests of the operator, the local planning authorities and more importantly the mobile phone user. This is the source of many of today’s mobile coverage issues. for consumers in many rural locations.”

3.1 Mast height at tree level as a limiting factor on reach and reliability New ways for local planning authorities to work with mobile network operators offers huge future opportunities for local communities to benefit from a leap forward in rural coverage. In the past the priority for planning authorities has been to reduce mobile mast heights so that masts are visually screened by buildings and/or trees – with trees being the highest and more likely obstruction. However this also screens the RF signals and has defeated the objective of reliable coverage as illustrated in figure 3. The curves plotted in the diagram show how increasing the tree height above the line of sight from the base station and further into what is known as the “Fresnel zone” of the propagation channel will cause substantial diffraction or shadowing loss. To avoid this shadowing loss and be outside of the Fresnel zone, it is necessary for the tree height to be at least 3m less than the base station height.

A Freedom of Information request by the Sunday Times found that more than 110,000 trees had been cut down by UK councils between 2015 and June 2018.

Reasons given range from the well-intention ed (preventing wheelchairs from passing, need to put in a new bus lane) to the dubious (it’s cheaper to cut the trees down than not to) to the inane (they were getting in the way of our lawnmowers).

It is NO surprise that the three areas named are also the areas that were having 5G testbeds and trials.

A company called Amey have cut the trees down in Sheffield.

In a background paper on smart cities put together  by the United Kingdom’s Department for Business Innovation and Skills, ARUP estimates that the global market for smart urban systems (including transport, energy, sanitation and healthcare) 

 It is already a £280m market that will grow to £1tn by 2020, according to UK government estimates. The UK’s share of this global market is estimated at 10%. other words, it’s a huge market opportunity.

One such company is Design for Social Change. (D4SC) is an urban innovation company based in London, Bangalore and Berlin. It develops collaborative urban technologies to co-create smarter cities. It was incorporated in the UK in 2013.

City authorities in Malaysia, Portugal and Denmark are exploring using D4SC’s citizen engagement and smart city planning.

According to D4SC founder Priya Prakash, one of the company’s most successful initiatives has been Changify SmarterStreets, a next-generation data platform that combines bottom-up citizen data – what he calls “little data” – with top-down statistical and historical city data (big data) to co-create smarter cities in real time.

“We are technically piloting this in Plymouth with an active local community of cyclists and local Amey maintenance crews to co-create intelligent service provisioning for road infrastructure through real-time feedback loops using social media,” says Prakash.

“This pilot is trialling a new bottom-up, citizen-driven approach using crowdsourcing, sensor data and voting. It could change the way that highways issues in cities can be managed.”


Proof that the same company is chopping down trees in Sheffield.

The fellings are part of a 25-year, £2.2bn PFI contract. Signed in 2012 between the Labour-led council and a private company, Amey, the Streets Ahead programme is intended to upgrade “the condition of our city’s roads, pavements, streetlights, bridges …” – no small feat in a place that was known as “pothole city”.

The contract has serious implications for the city’s 36,000 roadside trees, which have in effect been privatised until the late 2030s. Amey, a subsidiary of the massive Spanish company Ferrovial, has so far removed around 5,350, including oaks, elms and limes.

Urban Institute and Amey join forces for Smart Urbanism Experiments
On the 17th June 2019 Amey won funding from Innovate UK, the agency financing the Smartcity/5G roll out in the UK to  collect real time data from the railway infrastructure with Network Rail using AI drones.
Network Rail planned the  chopping of trees (which is a  proposed five-year ‘enhanced clearance’ programme) which could see  trees chopped along 20,000 miles of track. 

The public is being asked for views on proposed changes to the planning system to allow 5G equipment to be installed on the Isle of Man.

The seven-week public consultation on the Telecommunications Development Order launched earlier this week.

The consultation document says the changes are needed to allow for the delivery of fibre optics and 5G mobile to Manx residents.

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Early last year I contacted David Webb, I asked him his thoughts on Gateshead lampposts emitting 5G signals. Davis Webb was a member of an organisation called BEMRI. He had been carrying out electrical surveys since the 70s. 

That correspondence was shared in a  YT video that I created.

Now while it is true that I did not contact the organisation via their website, all correspondence with this individual were always on behalf of the organisation according to Mr Webb and he even went as far as to ask me NOT to make his name public but to only use BEMRI in public as this would help people understand what the organisation were about.


These test results were made public in May 2018.  They shown that the lampposts were NOT 5G as Steele claimed and it was also noted that the equipment used by him was insufficient for the task. Some six months later and I contacted Mr Webb to ask him to give me the full summary of the survey as up to that point (as can be seen in the video) he stated that he wanted to keep it simple.

During the time of this survey  he informed me that he had written up a report for BEMRI and he read it out to me on the phone.

He agreed to give me that. The very next day on  the 17th October 2018 he emailed me 

After discussing this with the rest of the group it was decided it was not in the best interests of Bemri to make any public comments regarding Mark Steel. Therefore I must ask you not to publish any of the content I have just written. Sorry about this but I can’t go against the wishes of other members.

As you can clearly see he is informing me that BEMRI have asked him NOT to comply with my request. I informed him that I did NOT want any comments about Steele, just the report and that if he refused to give it then I would just make all the emails public.

In March 2019, it was brought to my attention that BEMRI had issued a public statement saying that they were NOT responsible for any survey in Gateshead.

I wrote to the founder and asked her why she had done such a thing when Mr Webb had corresponded with me as a member and also if he was acting on his own behalf, or as an independent person, why did BEMRI feel that it was in their best interests to ask him NOT to allow any public statements?

Surely they could have stated that he could release that information but only as an independent survey and NOT advised him to refuse to cooperate with me?

I was advised that should I say anything detrimental against BEMRI that I would face legal action, I am not saying anything detrimental in public, I am merely showing the emails that show that Mr Webb, as far as he was concerned was surveying as a member of BEMRI and was liaising with the group.

The request for the full survey results that he had given BEMRI was NOT met with,”What results?” It was met with, I cannot comply as the group do not wish me to.

Further emails with the founder of the group were answered with, there was no recollection of any survey results being given to them. So if there were NO survey results given to BEMRI, why was Mr Webb advised  not to comply?

I was also informed that this woman did not know who Mark Steele was.

This was an email that the founder of BEMRI was CC,d into in March 18th 2019.

Sent: Monday, March 18, 2019 2:33 PM

Subject: Re: 5G specifications


Hi Joseph,


 I believe as did Alasdair with reference to his previous outburst [email enclosed] it is best to ignore him.


We have nothing to retract unlike him who claims Bemri is  part of WHO and also connected to Cancer UK and these part of a number of false statements he personally made. Each time,  he and his brother hide behind dark specs. What are they hiding from?


Anyone viewing our website and my leaflets can  see where we stand on 5G and rest of EMF pollution which he so far  fails to mention.  One thing for  sure he is no RF expert as he claims, being unable to use a basic RF meter. His on line video of him using a meter clearly proves that part.  Anyone’ calling themselves expert in any field is suspect in my book.


He will likely get caught out eventfully, but frankly he is not worth the effort of confrontation.



So emails to me on the 29th March 2019 which is some 11 days after this email was sent,claiming that this woman does not know who he is seems rather odd. In this email Mr Webb clearly states that BEMRI have nothing to retract.


Mr Webb also sent this:

   This email arrived soon after a loud abusive and quite ridicules phone call from Mark Steel this morning. He more or less accuses Alasdair and me of being responsible for the harm and deaths 5G cause or have so far caused –  a slanderous statement [among others] from someone who had before suggested  Alasdair or I didn’t  know what we were talking about.   


 Alasdair and I have nothing to retract as we didn’t suggest 5G is not  harmful or at any time suggest it’s not tested within the UK.  The information within the attachments we sent Mark last May  contains details of the LED lighting Mark had claimed produced 5G. and incidentally, I had not denied sending it as he suggests.  It appears he listens to those who agree with him but discussion is not on the table.  


The RF meter Mark had used to supposedly ‘specifically’ measure 5G cannot pick up millimetre waves or ‘specifically’ register it as 5G-4G- 3G or 2G but simply monitor a range of  RF frequencies [app., 50MHz – 3.5GHz]   Therefore, apart from registering power density from the strongest signal, one cannot claim it came from a particular source or at which frequency.


Suggest Mark listens to others with far more experience, controls his ego –  but  keep up the good work!



So Steele is then seen to try and get the person who tested the lampposts to retract his statement in the email below.


—– Original Message —–

From: Mark Steele

To: David Webb

Sent: Monday, March 11, 2019 11:37 AM

Subject: FW: Info


David Here is the e mail that you have denied.

I demand a retraction.   5G is an indictable offence and the people will have justice. The continued deception shows INTENT to harm. The retraction so that we can post this to the public so that the statement made and now used by industry to attack our campaign to stop 5G can be halted.

No retraction from you and Alisdair will prove either way what your intentions are in relation to this..


It was during this time that BEMRI made a public statement that they were NOT responsible for the test results.

Anyone who wishes to challenge what I have written here is quite welcome to, all the emails are going to be forwarded to a legal representative.

Mark Steele and John Kitson are now making it known in public that BEMRI were NOT involved in the survey results after getting a retraction from them, and Mr Webb  retired just days after these emails.

I will leave it up to the viewer to make their minds up about what has just occurred, needless to say, no matter who was or was not involved, tests proved that Gateshead lampposts were not 5G and the equipment that Steele used was insufficient, of that there is no question. 

In the meantime 5G is being rolled out all over the place and yet all the focus is on Gateshead which is NOT 5G, now why is that? Why do all the places that ARE being tested with 5G get ignored? We have a very succesful campaign that is highlighting the dangers of 5G via leaflets etc on FB : and this website is full of info on who is responsible, where it is rolled out and who is financing it and yet Steele and co call me a 5G denier?

They claim I work for MI5 even though I have shown the work that I have been involved with for the past decade which includes charity and awareness.

Steele has been involved in selling his Smart wares on the Israeli Homeland Security website and openly advertises the agencies pushing the smart agenda and has collaborated with the local council on a smart specialisation programme for funding for 2014-2020. Does not take many brain cells to work out what is REALLY going on here. 

Posted by Ann Marie Carey on Monday, 1 April 2019



Wi-Fi transmission at 2.4 GHz even at very low power densities affects the water molecules in our tissues and particularly in the brain and central nervous system. It causes accelerated wear and tear on our cells and dissolution of cell membranes.

The result of this inevitably is provocation of chronic illnesses both physiological and psychological. In assessing the potential health risks of 5G, the government has safety guidelines which claim that:

1. There are no proven health effects from current levels of radio frequency radiation.

2. There are no health effects other than thermal effects. From these positions, the government concludes that radio frequency radiation, including 5G RF radiation, poses no perceived

threat to health. this is totally incorrect and that it has been scientifically proven, repeatedly, that radio frequency radiation well below guidelines, and related to non-thermal effects, can inflict biological harm.

A large body of research, going back at least as far as the 1950s, has shown that RF radiation causes negative biological effects.

With 5G antennae… ‘We can expect humans to suffer from massive increases in blindness, from cataracts, macular degeneration and retinal detachment. and a host of health related problems such  as hearing loss, very large increase in male infertility, melanoma skin cancer; peripheral nervous system impacts with neuropathic pain. Impacts on immune cells; impacts on red blood cells leading to very low oxygen in the tissues and impaired transport of nutrients in the tissues. The impact on insects, including bees and other pollinators, on birds, small mammals, almost all the plants, will be even more severe than the impact on humans.’

The Electronic Communications Code was replaced on 28 December 2017 with a brand new Code, designed to support the rollout of a  telecommunications network throughout the UK,the government has reformed the existing Code and introduced the new Digital Economy Act 2017.

  1. The new Code expands on the rights already granted to telecom operators.
  2. The new automatic rights for operators to upgrade, assign and share the use of apparatus.

Aside from the lack of financial benefit, landowners will also face various practical challenges if operators choose to exercise these rights. This could include problems with roof overloading if extensive additional kit is installed, security issues with maintenance personnel trying to access parts of their properties and, generally, a feeling of a lack of control over who is occupying their property.


The addiction to mobile phones is the hook that they are using to get this smart city agenda up and running, people are under the mistaken view that there is no other way than to use 5G to deal with faster downloads and better connectivity, but this has been proven to be false information as shown by the ex Director of OfCom,  Prof William Webb.

There already exists, software called Odent, which stands for Optimized Data Environment for Network-Centric Operations-T that is available from a company called TIMMES,  which is a mobile data compression and transport acceleration technology designed to improve the efficiency of the RF spectrum and reduce the wait time at the cellular handset.

At minimum they have the capability to make the average of 15 customers (Android mobile phones) Data Footprint requirements on your network look like ONE cell phone on average.

CIA Involvement.

The CIA are responsible for funding many of the companies that have created software and hardware for 5G applications

The CIA uses its venture capital company In-Q-Tel to fund 5G companies, a partnership between the CIA and private companies.

Qualcomm is the leading developer of microchips and processors for mobile communication networks, they developed the first generation of 5G after buying out an Israeli company called DesignArt in 2012. Qualcomm is just one of many companies connected to the CIA.