Most if not all of the questions being asked, have already been discused and answered in this thread already, if most of you woul;d care to read some of the previous pages from the start.
To have a safe standing area with seats that can be lowered or locked in the up position, when required, have a ratio of seating to standing of something like 1-1.2 or 1-1.5. That means in any given space, for every seated individual, there would be space for standing people of 1.2 people or 1.5 people.
So a seating are with 1,000 people would accomodate 1200 or 1500 standing.
The current Kop is NOT SUITABLE for conversion, as the rake of the stand (the angle of the steps) is too shallow to accomodate the safe standing design.
That means for the Kop to become a safe standing stand, it would have to be redesigned and rebuilt.
If building a new stand like the Anny Road, then with the right design and rake of terrace, a safe standing design could be implemented.........but*
*There is current legislation in place that does not allow football teams in the top tier of the English game to have standing terraces. The stadia MUST be all seater.
Until that legislation is amended or overturned, then it's a none starter.
Which brings me on to Liverpool Football Club.
On consulting fans on such matters, it would seem that all fans are equal, but some fans are more equal than others.
The first port of call for the club is the HFSG. If they don't want it ( and they've been very vociferouly against it ) then it's never going to happen at Liverpool, as quite simply, mine, yours, or nobody else's opinion, is ever going to be consulted or considered.