Network Rail is continuing with plans to put up the mast on the edge of Norwood Park despite hundreds of objections.
NR claims over the last "couple of weeks" it has widely reviewed the mast site but hasn't engaged with local people during this review?
It also claims to take the siting of masts "very seriously" but not seriously enough to care about our concerns.
Having "re examined" the site surprise surprise Network Rail came to the conclusion that the current option is the "best option".
It claims that its processes to identify "suitable mast sites" are extremely comprehensive so why won't they share them with us, the community who will have to live with this monstrosity.
After Richard Flindell, communications manager, told residents last week he couldn't communicate with us any more because the matter was under consideration at Network Rail, engineers turned up today to recce the site.
This is clearly what Network Rail's new chief executive David Higgins meant when he promised a new era of openness and transparency at NR?
And then Flindell, in a letter to Cllr Braithwaite in which he copied residents in on he says the mast will go up in the last week in March.
Campaigners understand that Network Rail has applied for a road closure order and plan to do the work at night over a weekend.
Residents in Finch Avenue and Aubyn Hill will be told that they have to move their cars so that they can get the crane, which will be twice the size of the mast and trees in the park, in to position for lifting in the mast.
Both will come by road along some of the most congested and narrow residential roads. To get to the mast site they have to cross common land which is owned by the community.
Apparently NR will notify us when they have a firm date. How kind.
Lambeth Council has no right to allow NR to close off a road, and order residents to move cars if we don't want it. If they want to put up their bloody mast let them use their railway line to bring it.