Not Just Hams
But ANY applications below 106 / 212 and there can easily be harmonics.
It may also lock out proposals to use 42MHz to 86MHz properly.
For FM Radio Japan uses 76 to 90MHz and some countries around the 65MHz part of band.
The distance this can work at is limited (maybe 100m to 200m?), but not should be allowed for any above ground wiring. Actually fibre to the premises would make more sense.
Even current ADSL, ADSL2+ and VDSL is a problem on overhead wires.
But Ofcom and some others unlike ITU want to abolish ALL terrestrial broadcasting anyway. IP based services, cable and Satellite can't replace all Broadcast applications.
Aircraft uses 110 to 130 MHz approximately
Weather Satellites 137MHz
Marine 152 to 163 MHz approximately (Canals, rivers, lakes, not just Harbours, Estuaries, Shore).
There are other services too. Not just Radio Amateurs (50, 70, 145, 435 MHz small chunks) who are the least of the spectrum users between 1MHz and 430MHz..