Community welcomes completion of new public toilets in Brierley Hill

Visitors to Brierley Hill will benefit from the refurbishment of pubic toilets in the high street as part of ongoing regeneration work.

The new facilities which are located on Little Cottage Street have received a full internal refit, external makeover and are due to open to the public in the early part of October after being closed for some 10 years. Local Councillor, Adam Davies said:

“Local people said they wanted to see public toilets back in the town – so, working with the Community Forum and others, we made the case for the necessary funding and are really pleased to see the work now complete." 

Cllr Wayne Little added: “As well as separate male and female facilities, there is a separate accessible WC for those who need the space.

"As the father of a youngster who has disabilities, I know how much of a difference that can make and I hope shoppers, young and old, will benefit from having it.”

Alongside the refurbishment of Brierley Hill Library, new pavements, benches and planters in the high street, and improvements to some historic buildings where owners have taken up the offer of support from the Council, it is hoped that these investments and regeneration projects will gradually help attract new businesses and shoppers into the town.

The toilets are scheduled to open to the public in early October once final preparations are complete.


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