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Public toilets could be closed

Councillors discussed community toilet scheme to replace existing toilets in the environment and economy scrutiny panel.
Toilets in the town could be closed down to save Bournemouth council money in cleaning and maintenance costs.
The council is planning to replace them with a community toilet scheme, which will lead residents to toilets in pubs and restaurants.
Cllr Roger West who proposed the scheme said that the public toilets’ current situation is not acceptable and continued:
”Toilets are locked on Sunday which is very busy day for town’s economy. And only ladies toilets have baby changing facilities. We need a certain standard for our toilets.”
The scheme has been successfully applied by other councils in London. It is suggested that payments of £600 a year could be made to pubs and restaurants willing to join in the scheme.

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