New public toilets are set to open in Northwich town centre in the coming weeks, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest.

The facility, which will be located on the site of the outdoor space, will not be a permanent feature, but will be there until the wider development of Weaver Square takes place.

Although a temporary fixture, like the outdoor space itself, it is unknown at this stage exactly how long the toilets will be in situ for, but they will provide a much needed solution to the town and its plans to become a destination for all.

Cllr Kate Cernik, who has been involved in the scheme along with fellow councillors Sam Naylor and Andrew Cooper, said the town had desperately needed to replace the toilets lost when fire ripped through the old market back in January last year.

She said: “Since we had the awful fire at the market, we obviously lost the toilets that were there too.

“There are obviously plans to re-develop the whole of Weaver Square, which meant there was a dilemma when it came to replacing those toilets.

“A permanent structure would obviously come at a substantial cost and with those wider development plans still not known, we listened to what residents and local market traders were saying.

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