BT proposal to close some phone kiosks

BT has proposed to close and remove the payphone and telephone equipment at 42 telephone kiosks across Rotherham. Following a first consultation the Council has made a draft decision as to whether to consent or object to the proposed closures

BT has proposed to close and remove the payphone and telephone equipment at 42 telephone kiosks across Rotherham. Following a first consultation the Council has made a draft decision as to whether to consent or object to the proposed closures. The draft decision is set out in the attached schedule.

 

The Council is carrying out public consultation on the draft decision from 7 September to 7 October 2020.

 

Comments should be submitted through the Council website http://www.rotherham.gov.uk/consultations by 5pm on 7 October 2020.

                                                                                                                

The Council is acting in the interests of the wider community in carrying out public consultation and publishing notification of this proposal.  The Council will consider any comments received and decide finally whether to consent or object to BT's proposals.

 

A notification of the final decision will be published on the Council website http://www.rotherham.gov.uk/consultations.    

The  affected kiosks in DINNINGTON AREA are shown below:

 

 

29

01909562438

NR CHURCH LANE PCO1 MONKSBRIDGE ROAD DINNINGTON SHEFFIELD

Consent

No objection was raised

30

01909562201

O/S NO 48 PCO1 LAUGHTON ROAD DINNINGTON SHEFFIELD

Object

1 consultation response objected to closure. Over 52 or more calls in 12 months

31

01909562391

NR JCN DOE QUARRY LANE PCO1 LAUGHTON ROAD DINNINGTON SHEFFIELD

Object

1 consultation response objected to closure. Over 52 or more calls in 12 months

32

01909562408

PCO PCO1 OLDCOTES ROAD DINNINGTON SHEFFIELD

Consent

No objection was raised

33

01909562128

PCO PCO1 HOOTON LANE LAUGHTON SHEFFIELD

Object

Red Box in Conservation Area

 

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