dbmc wrote:I've lived in Elephant for 7 years and pass through there at least once a day and have never found myself so desperate for the toilet I needed to urinate on a building. That said, there's a serious lack of toilets in an area that's proposed, and fast developing, as a more social place. Why not install some of the pop up urinals like in other parts of London. Oh sorry, they'll need to be gender neutral, so that won't work ;-)
I'm tired of hearing that the design and planning of Elephant is bad. It's not perfect.
No...its those who live in our local community (whose needs are apparently not being served) that are urinating, defacing, damaging and littering their own front yard.
Jules62 wrote:Free public toilets and drinking fountains are the sign of a good administration.
If the local authorities can't (or won't build public restrooms), they should pass bylaws that allow any person caught short is entitled to use the toilets in pubs and restaurants without the need to be a patron of these establishments.
If they are told that the toilets are out of order, then these places should be shut down.
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