Stroud District Council plan to demolish toilets on Castle Street and upgrade toilets on May Lane in Dursley
PUBLIC toilets in Dursley are set to be demolished in favour of upgrading existing ones elsewhere in the town.
The public conveniences along Castle Street, next to Dursley Swimming Pool, are considered to be expendable and removing them will free up space in the car park.
As part of the plans, the toilets on May Lane are to be upgraded and redesigned to have single cubicles, rather than split between male and female sections as it currently stands.
Public space service manager for Stroud District Council, Carlos Novoth, showed the ideas to councillors at a meeting of Dursley Town Council on Tuesday, March 5.
Clerk Helen Bojaniwska said the next stage would be to get quotes for the work.
She said: "We do not really need two lots of toilets because there are toilets at the pool and at Sainsbury’s as well."