Hi, I wonder if this information also applies to Scotland? My mast has been up for about 14 years with no issues that I know of. Had various antennas on it from hf verticals to 4 element 10m yagi. I plan on installing a Hex beam soon onto of it.
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Homeowners Associations: Williams Birnberg & Andersen
Help for RSGB members to obtain planning permission for their aerials. As any amateur knows, the factor most likely to ensure success in amateur activities is the aerial. Most amateur aerials require planning permission from the local Council. It follows that the consequences for an amateur of the Council refusing planning permission can be quite severe, ranging from a virtual prevention of operation to a much reduced tower height, a smaller HF beam or whatever. To try to help Members make their way through the planning process, the Society established the Planning Advisory Committee and a Panel of members skilled in the planning process. Strictly speaking most antenna systems require planning permission unless the installation falls under one or more of the following categories.
State law protects ham radio operator, frustrates neighbors in Windsor Twp.
January 11, By: Kevin E. McCarthy, Principal Analyst. You asked for a discussion of a proposed bill, not yet filed, that would address the issue of zoning and amateur radio antennas. According to the bill ' s statement of purpose, the bill would conform state zoning law to Federal Communication Commission FCC regulations regarding the treatment of amateur radio antennas.
It is the intent of the Legislature in adding this section to the Government Code, to codify in state law the provisions of Section Assembly Bill No. An act to add Section AB , Dutton. Zoning ordinances: radio antennas.