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Council is seeking funding from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s (MBIE) third round of Tourism Infrastructure Funding (TIF) for a new toilet block at Campbell’s Bay as the present one has reached the end of its service life.
Officers have had preliminary discussions with an Engineer in order to assess options for the location of a replacement toilet block who has established refurbishment of the existing facility to current standards is impractical.
Along with a three pan toilet block (one being accessible) we are also considering installing changing cubicles and improving the outside shower. An ‘accessible’ ramp and engineered retaining walls would need to be constructed should the option of replacing the toilet block in its present location be considered.
Locations considered. Note, red squares are only an approximation of the size and location of the unit;
We think a system based upon the triple cubicle Exeloo toilet similar to the picture below would be ideal (Similar to the new one in Otematata). This has a reinforced concrete base, manual operation with tough sheet linings and aluminium swing doors. It is also aesthetically pleasing to look at and can be finished off in colours to suit the local environment.
Now's the time to tell us what you think before we further progress this project. Please fill in our online survey or contact Mark Burgher on 03 433 0400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by 21 June 2019 with your thoughts and reasons for your preference.