If a local authority provides a public convenience, subsection (1) requires it to make provision there for the needs of disabled persons “in so far as it is in the circumstances both practicable and reasonable”. If such provision is made, the whereabouts of the convenience must be properly sign-posted (subsection (2)). These are in addition […]
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