Posted: Wed 3rd Apr 2024

Temporary closure for Denbighshire toilet block for refurbishment

North Wales news and information

A toilet block in Denbighshire is to close temporarily while refurbishment work takes place.

The refurbishment of the facilities at Green Lane car park in Corwen is part of a wider project which has been funded through the UK Government’s Levelling Up Fund.

In October 2021, Denbighshire Council secured investment from round one of the fund through a joint application with Wrexham Council for the Clwyd South constituency.

A total of £3.8 million was allocated to Denbighshire to invest in the communities of Llangollen, Llantysilio, Corwen and surrounding areas. The application was supported by local MP Simon Baynes.

The toilet block will be closed for refurbishment from Monday, April 8 until Friday, July 12.

Improvements will include a dementia friendly cubicle, funded by the Welsh Government, and the introduction of a contactless payment system to access the toilets.

Temporary toilets will be in place at no cost throughout the construction period.

A Denbighshire Council spokesperson said: “The council is pleased to see that the construction work for these much-needed improvements to the toilet block at Green Lane car park are now taking place.

“Once completed, this will bring the Levelling Up project to improve facilities at Green Lane car park to a close.

“The toilet block will remain open following the refurbishment with Corwen Town Council taking over the management of the facility from Denbighshire County Council going forward.

“There is no doubt that the improvements that have been made to the site will provide long-term benefits for both locals and visitors alike to the town.

“The council would like to take this opportunity to thank Corwen Town Council for agreeing to manage the toilet block following the refurbishment.”

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