A local council has been urged to keep the public toilets open as a way to keep up the tourist flow into the city, a recent report suggests.
Multiple campaigners have argued that Brighton and Hove City Council should find an alternate way to fund the toilets’ operation, even if that would mean installing coin-operated toilet turnstiles and charging for access.
Brighton and Hove City Council needs to make £24.85 million worth of savings over the next ten years – and the city’s public toilets are in the authority’s firing line.
Charging a fee for access is the most sensible solution when it comes to public toilets’ funding, and this is exactly where Toilet Turnstiles could really puts its experience to good work.
Our toilet turnstiles are built from graded stainless steel, for easier cleaning and maintenance, and also come equipped with lockable lids to prevent unwanted access. Furthermore, the separate coin box offers very versatile mounting options, as it can be installed either in front of the turnstile, at the side or alternatively, on the wall, with the cash box at the rear.
The turnstile’s coin mechanism can be programmed for virtually any combination of coins with a secure cash box to hold them, while the additional counters for the number of entries made will enable a thorough level of control over the system’s operation.
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