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Flush New Loo For One Tree Hill

26 February 2001

Construction of a new toilet unit at the One Tree Hill Domain was approved on Friday by Auckland City Council’s Parks and Recreation Committee. Funding was also approved to upgrade the current toilet situated near the playground.

Committee Chairman, Cr Bill Christian said that the units would be beside the Observatory near to the carpark and would include facilities for disabled people.

“The construction of the new toilet will cost $90,000 and the upgrade of the current one, which is adjacent to the playground, will cost $6,000 ensuring the completion of the current redevelopment of the One Tree Hill amenity area,” he said.

”The new toilet will provide all-gender, disabled access and baby change facilities in a low maintenance and easy to clean facility, which is just what the community wants and needs at that busy and well used location. ”

“It’s important that the standards of all our amenities are maintained and the new toilet block will certainly achieve this,” he said.


For further information contact:
Cr Bill Christian
Chairman, Parks and Recreation Committee
Tel: 527 8648 or 025 814 721.

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