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Tight access restrictions meant that Skanska telecommunications infrastructure company Skanska Networks had to use two helicopters to bring a police radio mast and construction materials to site in a remote part of the High Peak National Park near Edale in Derbyshire last week. The new mast replaces an existing aerial and is designed to minimise visual impact. Client for the project is mm02 Airwave.

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