Criticism was directed at a borough council for turning down an offer from a supermarket to pay for new public toilets when it built a new branch at Reading in 2010. Woodley town centre manager Jacques Lherbier said: “I think once the opportunity we had with Lidl was dismissed we tried to find alternatives.” Cllr Gary Cowan, executive member for environment, said he did not know why the offer from Lidl was turned down and was not the executive member responsible at the time.
Carpark Barriers & Turnstiles can install Half Height Turnstiles which are ideal for controlling access to public toilets in environments such as reception areas, health clubs, and libraries. They are a customer-friendly alternative to full height turnstiles, and provide an unobtrusive method of controlling flow to certain areas of your premises. They cater for high traffic volumes, and are ideal for use at council facilities. The coin operated access control toilet turnstiles can be installed in prestige access points.