SORTED – T-mobile mast graffiti removed

Tmobile_mast_graff Before

After

Graffiti_be_gone The T-Mobile mast was reported here Barrie Turner-Smith of T-Mobile helpfully got his cleaning colleagues to give a scrub.  Much cleaner now though the mast still is not exactly a pretty sight (it beams 3G signals mainly at people using Kings Cross and St Pancras stations).  This graffiti generator is a more sociable way of venting a graffiti urge.

I have asked the council if they could look at a telecoms mast plan for the Kings Cross area to stop our pavements becoming a mast forest as Kings Cross mobile phone use expands with all the new people who will come thorugh – but i never heard back.  WIll pursue again.

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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2 Responses to SORTED – T-mobile mast graffiti removed

  1. Pete says:

    Hi, Im not from King Cross but I am trying to get T-Mobile to clean up some graffiti. Is there a central contact (email) you use? Thanks

  2. your council is responsible for enforcing the rules around graffiti on ‘street furniture’ and utility companies equipment. as far as i remember the utilitiy companies are obliged to remove it but soemtimes strike a deal with a council that the council will remove it on their behalf

    contact barrie turner smith whose email is above at t mobile

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