Tag Archives : toilets


New toilets opening on Plymouth’s waterfront

New toilets are being opened on Plymouth’s waterfront this week as part of a programme to replace or refurbish facilities. Refurbished toilets at Devil’s Point will be reopened – just in time for the Easter holidays – following the demolition of a rather dated block, believed to have been built in 1960s. The uninviting concrete […]


New toilets for waterfront and local shopping centres planned

  A building programme of new toilets is being rolled out across the city. Two new sets of loos with sea views at Richmond Walk and Devil’s Point are among a round of planning applications that have just been submitted to planners. Existing facilities near the local shopping centres at Southway, Whitleigh and Crownhill will […]


Ladies and gentlemen – we’ve signed off another pledge

Transforming tired and outdated toilets in Plymouth has helped councillors tick off another important task in the Council to-do list. While many local councils are shutting and locking the doors of public toilets, the Plymouth City Council has replaced and refurbished key toilets to make it more convenient for visitors and locals. And the Council’s […]


Ladies and Gentlemen! Loos in Plymouth City Market now open

New revamped loos are now open to the public at Plymouth City Market. Plymouth City Council has invested over £80,000 in transforming the dated facilities to make them more attractive and bring them up to date. The 10-week project involved installing new drainage systems, new walls and floors, as well as lower ceilings, lighting, new […]