When a telephone kiosk is not a telephone kiosk

Five telephone kiosks have been refused as permitted development under Class 16 of the GPDO, 2015 in a Warwickshire City centre, as they included commercial advertisement displays and were therefore deemed as not being solely for the purposes of the operator's electronic communications network thereby falling outside the scope of the definitions in the GPDO.

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