Residents of Terrey Hills are set to receive a boost to their mobile phone reception with the announcement of a proposal to build a Mobile Phone Base Station at Terrey Hills.
Member for Mackellar, Jason Falinski MP has expressed his support for improving mobile phone coverage around The Northern Beaches.
“Reliable mobile phone reception is a very basic thing nowadays. I think most people would expect it, especially around a major city like Sydney.” Mr Falinski said.
“I congratulate Vodafone for getting involved in the Terrey Hills community.”
Mr Falinski supports improving mobile phone reception across the Northern Beaches, as long as the community is properly consulted.
“I welcome the opportunity for the community to have their say on this proposal.” Mr Falinski said.
“Communities are made great, when those within them are able to have their say.”
The proposed tower would be constructed by Avisford Consulting on behalf of Vodafone at 203 Mona Vale road, Terrey Hills. It would help to ensure a high quality of Vodafone telecommunications coverage within the Terrey Hills area and along Mona Vale Road. The proposed tower will include 4G technology.
As part of the consultation process, the community is invited to provide their feedback about the proposal. This can be done by letter, email or through the Avisford website. Feedback is being accepted until 5pm Friday 10th of July, following the consultation process Avisford will prepare a report on the outcomes on that consultation which will be available in mid-July.
Feedback should be directed to Mr Chris Hayes: Chris.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Depending on the outcome of the consultation process, construction should begin in late 2020.