These historic listed "K2" red phone box were originally designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, who also designed Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral, Battersea Power Station and Tate Modern. Historic England have listed to preserve these iconic red kiosks, and many have transformed them to coffee shops, libraries, museums, bakeries, florists and defibrillators. In 2006 the K2 telephone box was voted one of Britain's top 10 design icons. Between 1926 and 1935 1,700 examples of the K2 were installed with the total number of surviving K2 kiosks being only about 224 in the UK.
Busy Waterloo’s cultural attractions include The Old Vic theatre, South Bank Centre. Sea Life Aquarium and the famed London Eye Ferris wheel. Modern eateries and family-focused chain restaurants offer global dining, while chic pubs and wine bars cater to a post-work crowd. Based in Waterloo, Lower Marsh Market is one of London's oldest and most historic markets. Located right around the corner from Waterloo Station, Lower Marsh Market benefits from the heavy footfall that is generated by the station.
Lambeth Council London Borough (0207 9261180) www.lambeth.gov.uk
You own the kiosk and can resell at any point, but it is heritage site, so cannot remove them or alter the exterior. The kiosk is registered under List Entry Number 1263598 as a Listed Building at Historic England (see www.historicengland.org.uk)
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