Saturday, 19 August 2017

Toilet refurbishment

THE refurbishment of the public toilets at Leichlingen Pavilion in Mill Meadows could be finished by the end of April. The town council has received estimates from four bidders and will choose one at a meeting on February 18. The work, which is likely to cost more than £100,000, is expected to take about eight weeks. The toilets are more than 20 years old and prone to bad smells due to drainage problems. In 2010, the council carried out a series of deep cleans costing £1,100 each but this failed to tackle the problem. It was previously quoted £230,000 for a refurbishment but this also included work on the surrounding paving.

THE refurbishment of the public toilets at Leichlingen Pavilion in Mill Meadows could be finished by the end of April. The town council has received estimates from four bidders and will choose one at a meeting on February 18. The work, which is likely to cost more than £100,000, is expected to take about eight weeks. The toilets are more than 20 years old and prone to bad smells due to drainage problems. In 2010, the council carried out a series of deep cleans costing £1,100 each but this failed to tackle the problem. It was previously quoted £230,000 for a refurbishment but this also included work on the surrounding paving.

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