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Stoke toilets due for demolition

Published: Friday, 19th August 2022

Stoke-on-Trent City Council will start the demolition of anti-social behaviour plagued, public toilets on Monday 22 August.

Stoke toilets due for demolition

 

Stoke-on-Trent City Council will start the demolition of anti-social behaviour plagued, public toilets on Monday 22 August.

The toilets are located close to Stoke Market and Library, at the rear of Wolfe Street car park. The toilets have been closed since before the pandemic due to anti-social behaviour.

Alternative toilets can be found in the market, which is open on Wednesday’s, Friday’s and Saturday’s between 9am and 5pm. Kingsway car park also hosts a JCDecaux toilet.

A spokesperson for the council has said: “Stoke town public toilets has been a magnet for a lot of anti-social behaviour over the years. Closing and removing a catalyst for such behaviour, will help make our town centre safe again. We hope residents will feel encouraged to venture out onto the High Street again”

The planned works are expected to take approximately 4 - 6 weeks.

A spokesperson for the council has said: “We thank all residents and visitors for their patience during this time and hope to minimise any disruption”