Loos News

Nottingham councillors are desperate for the toilet and could pay up to £100,000 a month for the privilege. Plans for the development of public toilets on Greyhound Street, just off Market Square, have been passed urgently through the Council’s building bureaucrats in order to be finished as soon as possible. The conveniences, said to cost more than £400,000, have been inconveniently rushed because the council have been told by building company Balfour Beatty, who are redeveloping Market Square, that if they are not ready by 19th May the council will be fined £100,000 a month until they are.

Owen Walker


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