The app also covers equipment associated with Cavan County Golf Club, Drumelis
A telecommunications infrastructure provider has asked Cavan County Council to build a mobile and broadband tower at the County Cavan Golf Club.
Cignal Infrastructure Limited, with a business address at Sandyford Business Park, Sandyford, Dublin plans to build a 30 meter high speed mobile lattice tower with a headframe carrying telecommunications equipment. The application also covers the associated equipment and cabinets enclosed in a 2.4m palisade fence at Cavan County Golf Club, Arnmore House, Drumelis, Cavan.
Cignal, Ireland’s fastest growing telecommunications infrastructure provider, has been renamed Cellnex, taking the name of the company that acquired it in September 2019. Cellnex Telecom is Europe’s leading infrastructure operator telecommunications and wireless broadcasting. Cellnex announces that it will invest 60 million euros to build up to 600 new sites in Ireland by 2026.
Local authorities have announced that they will take a decision on the request by 07 October.
The local authority is also considering a request from Ontower Ireland Limited to retain an existing telecommunications support structure as well as associated ground equipment cabinets with a fence and an access track at their site at Mountain Lodge Hill, Tievenanass , Mountain Lodge, Cootehill, Cavan. Planners plan to wrap up this case by October 3.