Tinshill BT Tower
Tinshill BT Tower viewed from southwest
|Location||Leeds, West Yorkshire|
The Tinshill BT Tower (also known locally as Cookridge Tower) is a telecommunication tower located on the east side of Otley Old Road in the north of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It is in an elevated part of Leeds, with its base 192 metres above sea level. It is one of twelve BT towers built of reinforced concrete.
In 2002, prompted by a request from the local MP, Harold Best, it was the subject of a study by the Health Protection Agency, who concluded that the radio emissions from its various transmitters, were well below levels which might cause a risk to health for people nearby.
- Health Protection Agency NRPB-W23: Non-technical summary
- British Telecom microwave network
- Telecommunications towers in the United Kingdom
- Radio masts and towers
- List of towers