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Appeal: Communications company wins one kiosk appeal but loses seven

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A company which launched eight appeals against refusals by the London Borough of Islington to install payphone kiosks has had one of them upheld and seven dismissed.

The successful appeal by Info Public Networks, an electronic communications code operator, concerned a payphone kiosk on Old Street.

Under Transport for London’s (TfL) Streetscape Guidance 2016, a space of at least 450mm in width and may be as wide as 650mm needs to be provided from the edge of the kerb that is kept free of all street furniture.

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