Emma Goldring shares this latest news from Bembridge parish council – Ed
Bembridge Parish Council agreed at its Full Council meeting on 15th March 2016 to take on a lease of the Lane End toilet block and a lease of the disabled toilet within the lifeboat shop building.
The service will run on a tenancy at will from 1st April whilst the terms of both leases are negotiated with the Isle of Wight Council.
Seek to remove Radar
Bembridge Parish Council will seek to remove the radar key element of the disabled toilet as the block is only accessible by steps and also seek a break clause on the block in the event that the permitted use was non-operational due to events such as flooding.
Bembridge Parish Council will replace all 3 doors and frames, redecorate the insides, deep clean and also seek to install an Aco drain system on the surface outside due to poor surface
Cllr Mike Tarrant Chairman of Bembridge Parish Council stated
“It is with great displeasure that we have no choice to take on the substandard toilets and the lack of support we have received from RNLI head office. However we do so as we realise this is an invaluable service to our residents and visitors”