HC Deb 06 July 1926 vol 197 cc1866-7
31. Colonel DAY

asked the Postmaster-General whether the Metropolitan Borough Council of Southwark have given their approval of the erection of telephone kiosks in that borough; and will he state the positions, or proposed positions, of such kiosks?


The Southwark Council have given their general sanction to the erection of telephone kiosks in the borough; and five have so far been erected, at the south ends of London, Blackfriars and Southwark Bridges, in Borough High Street near St. George's Church, and in London Road. Further sites in the borough are being sought.

Colonel DAY

Would the right hon. Gentleman kindly try and obtain some sites in Central Southwark, so that it shall not be entirely neglected?


In any question of sites we communicate with the borough council, but I will bear the suggestion of the hon. and gallant Gentleman in mind.