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The old kiosks could be removed from Westminster streets as many are just being used for advertising. More phone boxes which are used for advertising, toilets or for prostitution could be removed in Westminster after the council managed to get seven redundant kiosks around Oxford Street taken away.
It is now considering looking at other areas such as Edgware Road, where callers are no longer using phone boxes, and is asking politicians to tell them about any which are no longer engaged for calls. Westminster council said the widespread use of mobile phones meant the cubicles along the city streets were often now mainly used for advertising. In a survey, it discovered there were more than 1, boxes in the borough, with many of them including some in Oxford Street and Marble Arch no longer used to make calls.
In the last two and half years, it received planning applications for new phone boxes, mainly for use for adverts. The council lobbied the government to change the rules so it could get them removed if they were not in use and managed to get seven redundant boxes removed from Oxford Street and surrounding roads.
Director of planning John Walker said: Councillors on the annual planning and city development committee were asked to let him know of any areas the planning team should look at. Jim Glen Conservative, Tachbrook said he noticed a phone box in Baker Street which was "just an advertising vehicle. I never see anyone in there. Susie Burbridge Conservative, Lancaster Gate said she was told some of the boxes in Covent Garden were used as a toilet.
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