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We are the primary national organisation opposing the insensitive siting of mobile phone and Tetra masts in the UK. Read more...

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Firstly, welcome to our website!
If you wish to access the areas of our website where we require users to be registered you will need to register your details, including your address and the details of the Mast in question. You can do this by clicking on the "Register" option on the right, below "Login / Join Mast Sanity". You will then be contacted by the area co-ordinator appropriate to your location.

We now have access to newsletters, forums and other community information. To Login put your user name and password in the Login box on the right of the website's "Home" page. We will soon to offer a regular e-mail newsletter, the submission of news and articles for the website - subject to vetting and/or editing - and access to forums.

The National Assembly for Wales has accepted by a unanimous vote (41 to 0) the principle of full planning for phone masts, leaving England isolated as the only part of the UK where full planning for phone masts will not be required. The report which was the subject of the vote put forward 7 recommendations (see appendix below) which if fully implemented would give the people of Wales the greatest  say on phone masts siting than anywhere else in the UK.

[Planning Sanity - MEDIA RELEASE - 13th Oct 2006]

You can now sign our national petition online.

This is an ongoing petition (PDF) designed to cover all campaigns. Please use it in your local campaign and send us copies of signatures. And please send us copies of your own old or new local petitions to include with the national one.

October 7th 2006. We are still here!

We are in the process of restructuring and recruiting more volunteers.

We are also in the process of migrating our website.

For content that used to be on this website please click here

If you live near a mast please consider doing one of these in your area. Whether you or your neighbours are ill or not - we need to find out if ALL masts are unsafe or just certain types.