This article was published on January 17, 2012 and information contained within may now be out of date.
The Public Toilets in Spilsby are to be improved as part of a district-wide scheme by East Lindsey District Council.
Half a million pounds are being spent improving 24 public toilets in East Lindsey as part of a improvement plan agreed by the Council’s Executive Board. The works will take place over the next four years.
Each public toilet will be refurbished with new sanitary fittings, low energy vandal resistant steel hand driers, automatic chrome mixer taps; improved ventilation, new wall tiling, internal decorations, new soap dispensers and improved signage.
Other toilets included in the improvement programme include Briar Way, Skegness; Lumley Square, Skegness; North Parade, Skegness; Tower Esplanade, Skegness; Princess Parade, Skegness; Eastgate, Louth; Burgh Le Marsh Market Place; St Lawrence Street, Horncastle; The Dunes, Mablethorpe; Queen’s Park, Mablethorpe; Seacroft Road , Mablethorpe; Central Promenade, Mablethorpe; Roman Bank, Sutton on Sea ; York Road, Sutton on Sea; Market Place, Wragby; Bus Station, Louth; Brooks Walk, Wainfleet; Castle Lane, Coningsby; and Spa Road, Woodhall Spa.
Portfolio Holder for the Environment at the District Council, Councillor Steve Newton, said: “There is nothing worse than being caught short and forced to use substandard public toilets. We hope that by making this investment we will significant improve the quality of the public toilet provision in our District for local people and visitors to the area.