Council looking to draw up community toilet scheme

From left, Southampton City Council leader Simon Letts, Portsmouth City Council leader Donna Jones, and Isle of Wight Council leader Jonathan Bacon sign the formal application for a Solent Combined Authority in 2016

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TOILETS at Eastney Point will be kept open because people strongly opposed to any change there.

The council will reconsider their future if a cafe is built there in the future which has its own loos. People will be charged 20p to use toilets at D-Day Museum and Clarence Pier, Southsea, once machines are installed. Closure dates will now be arranged and afterwards people will be encouraged to use ones at community centres. Signs will be installed telling people where they are and the council is looking to come up with a deal where people can use toilets owned by cafes and pubs.