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Toilet Plan for Scarborough Borough

Toilet Plan for Scarborough Borough

Published by Jon Burke at 3:26pm 10th January 2020. (Updated at 4:23pm 10th January 2020)

A new plan for toilet provision in the borough of Scarborough is to be discussed next week.

A report will go to the council's Overview and Srutiny Committee next week.

It sets out investment for public conveniences over the next five years.

2020 - £1.1 million

2022-23 - £400k

2025 - £300k

Cllr Steve Siddons, Leader of Scarborough Borough Council, said:

“We promised residents, businesses and visitors that we would improve the provision of public toilets throughout the borough. The draft of a plan to do that has been released today and we now need every concerned resident and business to check the blueprint before it is agreed.

The draft Public Toilets Strategy represents our proposed investment plan for the toilets, which sets out the work required on a short, medium and long term basis to bring about much needed improvement throughout the borough.

The draft strategy will be considered by the Overview and Scrutiny Board, Cabinet and Full Council in the coming weeks to ensure that all residents and businesses, through their councillors, can be actively engaged in the consultation process, which will inform the final version of the strategy.”




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