Council not done homework’over loos
TOWN councillors are supporting a call to keep public toilets at the Royston bus station. They are against proposals to see the toilets close – and want replacement public conveniences on the site. The proposal to close the toilets is included in a projec
TOWN councillors are supporting a call to keep public toilets at the Royston bus station.
They are against proposals to see the toilets close - and want replacement public conveniences on the site.
The proposal to close the toilets is included in a project from North Herts District Council to spend £155,000 on improving public toilets in Fish Hill and to spend £7,000 on refurbishing toilets at The Cross.
Cllr Rod Kennedy described the decision to close the toilets at the bus station as "extraordinary".
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He said the district council had not "done its homework" on the need for public toilets at the bus station.
He said a continental-style toilet could be erected on the site.
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The committee urged the district council to re-examine the project or, at least, look at providing alternative toilets at the bus station.