New look for Oxford’s public toilets

Gloucester Green public toilets are ready for remodernisation now that temporary facilities have been established for the period of the upgrade.

The Oxford council says that it is planning to provide a “five-star” facility over the next few months. The work, which includes rewiring and re-plumbing, will cost £100,000 and take about three months.

It is part of a larger plan to remodernise 21 public toilets throughout the city and then to make them more “friendly” with fresh flowers, books and magazines about Oxford. The first one to open was in Market Street in March.

Gloucester Green is also the site of one of the busiest bus stations in Oxford. 

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