A toilet block in Somerset is going under the hammer today (Thursday, December 16). The former public facility and a patch of surrounding land will go on sale in London and is being tipped to fetch more than £20,000 at auction. The unusual lot is described as a "stone-built single storey former public convenience arranged beneath a pitched tiled roof".
Public toilet facilities are disappearing, but Toilet Turnstiles can help organisations to keep providing a Public Convenience service with our coin operated turnstiles. The coin mechanism can be programmed for virtually any combination of coins – a nominal entry charge means the toilet can be maintained to a good standard and generate revenue for general upkeep. Glass Turnstiles will give you all the benefits of controlling access to your toilet facilities, yet fit seamlessly and elegantly into any high-status environment where appearance is equal to functionality. Intelligent design provides for the incorporation of an access control device to operate in conjunction with the glass turnstile alongside the payment devices.