PLANNING chiefs have given the go-ahead for new, disabled-compliant public toilets at Lymm Dam.
The building – a small, steel, timber clad cabin with a pitched roof, will be provided on the site of a former toilet building which was removed two years ago.
Planners say the building will be in a conservation area, within but close to the edge of the Green Belt. It will be close to the A56 and a bus stop but will enhance the recreational use of Lymm Dam.
They believe it will harmonise better with the area than the previous mock Victorian toilet building when viewed from the road or from the Dam itself.
No objections were received to the proposal.