Public toilets in Eastbourne’s Cornfield Road have reopened following ample internal refurbishment, a recent news report in the local media has been able to reveal.
The internal refurbishment programme started in January and the work was completed in March, with the toilets opening again on Thursday morning. The refurbishment involved the complete stripping out of all the facilities and replacing everything in the female, male and disabled toilets.
Local building contractors and suppliers were used extensively and the new toilet cleaning contract started on April 1, and the contract includes an attendant at the toilets throughout the summer period.
A spokesperson for the local council said the cost of the internal refurbishment was £52k. Recovering the aforementioned sum will not be an easy task, but implementing an access restriction system would certainly help.
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