It was indispensable to most public conveniences
in those days, that they should be public nuisances likewise; and Fleet Market maintained the principle to admiration.
Built in the early 1900s, but closed for several years, the one-time public conveniences
may be suitable for a number of alternative uses, including retail or office.
We are pleased that the appellate court today affirmed the decision of the circuit court, which held that the Wisconsin Public Service Commission properly issued the Certificate of Public Convenience
and Necessity for the Forward Energy Center," said Kevin Smith, Senior Vice President of Invenergy Wind.
One councillor however weighed in behind the proposal, acknowledging that there wasn't a public convenience
on the island.
But, as one landmark loo goes down the pan, it looks like the end for public conveniences
on Tyneside streets.
The public convenience
is being sold because it is not viable to ever open again as a working facility.
Birmingham, Cardiff, Liverpool and Edinburghwere named as the cities with the worst public convenience
During a report on the lack of public toilets in Castle Douglas, he said: "According to the local council, the public convenience
budget has been slashed.
I worked as a bus conductor and driver in this city and many times had to go to the loo, but I went to a public convenience
such as health centre, public house during opening time, hotels - you name it there is a proper place to go.
On Monday, May 22, work - to last 14 weeks and costing pounds 85,000 - starts on a new public convenience
in Marske, on its former site at Redcar Road.
COUNCIL chiefs in Belfast could be set for a court battle with a bank - in a row over a public convenience
The company offers services ranging from pipeline integrity management to assisting clients with obtaining a Certificate for Public Convenience
and Necessity for natural gas pipelines.