Despite being forced to cough up more than 500,000 pounds over the past two years in maintaining and cleaning costs, the Sunderland council has re-affirmed the fact that it doesn’t have any “immediate” plans to close the public conveniences in the area.
According to a news report in the local media, the Council runs around 20 public toilets across Wearside, two of which are currently closed for repairs.
Since 2011, there have only been 11 complaints from members of the public in relation to the condition of public toilets in the city, most of which are directly related to the actual condition of the lavatories and their closure due to ongoing repair works.
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