A group of concerned citizens in Woking has signed a petition asking for the replacement of an existing public toilet which has an unpredictable cleaning system with a safer model, rather than simply removing it altogether, a news report in the local media can reveal.
The Goldsworth Park Community Association (GPCA), Woking Hockey Club and other users of the outdoor areas and sports facilities by Goldwater Lodge in Wishbone Way want new toilets to be installed in the area.
The different representatives who signed the petition claimed a lot of people had been frightened to use the button-controlled toilet, which was installed around five years ago after a long campaign.
The door opening while it is in use and the toilet’s unisex nature and conspicuous position put users off, it is claimed.
Installing new toilets should also involve better lighting and CCTV networks being installed, thus reducing the vandalism risk.
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