with ICNIRP standards is not enough
26th September 2003 Yasmin Skelt won her High Court Case against The
First Secretary of State & Three Rivers District Council &
Orange PCs Ltd.
The judge stated that "The Secretary of State, by his inspector,
misdirected himself in law by concluding that, simply because the
proposed mobile phone mast would comply with the ICNIRP standards, a
refusal of permission on health or health perception grounds would
not be appropriate.
"As a matter of law, such matters are material considerations.
"As a matter of law and government policy regardless of
compliance with the ICNIRP standards, the Inspector should have
considered what weight to give those matters recognising that the
question of weight was for him, as the decision-maker, and that
refusal on that basis would have been lawful.
"He unlawfully failed to do so.
"The Claimant is substantially prejudiced by the First Secretary
of State's decision."
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