A WEYMOUTH seafront toilet block, which has been closed since October, has been sold to a developer – subject to contract.
The ornate building, on the corner of Bond Street, also has a four-bedroom apartment above it, although it has not been used for more than ten years and is expected to cost £40,000 to bring it back into use.
When the borough council decided to sell the building it was said that suitable uses could include a small hotel, restaurant or bar.
It was put on the market with bidders asked to make offers above £250,000.
The council says it will provide temporary loos nearby on the seafront while a long-term solution is found.