A public campaign asking for the reopening of three public toilets in Portsmouth has recorded its first victory, with three of the public toilets axed as part of budget cuts last year being recently reopened.
Under the previous council leadership, no less than 12 public conveniences were closed. However, due to public support, the new council bosses have managed to find the necessary funding to reopen three of the public toilets.
Reopening the loos won’t cost taxpayers anything, as they will be cleaned by council employees who maintain council properties in those areas and already use part of the toilets for storage.
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