The newly constructed King Street Toilet Block located in the Mornington Peninsula sees a number of Britex Stainless Steel fittings and fixtures installed as part of the Streetscape Renewal Project, to ultimately achieve an architecturally refreshing addition to the revitalisation of Hastings area.

The new public toilet block includes a Changing Places cubicle, two regular accessible cubicles and four standard ambulant cubicles.

The Britex products supplied for this project are:

•Multiple Britex S.S. Centurion Accessible Toilet Pans (PCD) with White Vandal Resistant Closed Front Toilet Seats (SVRC-W)
•Multiple Britex S.S. Centurion Ambulant Toilet Pans (PCAM) with White Vandal Resistant Closed Front Toilet Seats (SVRC-W)
•Multiple Britex S.S. Accessible Hand Wash Basins (HBDA)
•Multiple Britex S.S. Grandeur Hand Wash Basins (HBGU)
•Multiple Deluxe Timed Flow Push Button Pillar Taps (TW-9201)
•Multiple Britex S.S. In Wall Cisterns with Raised Accessible Buttons (FIW-D453)

ABOUT

The large fishing town of Hastings, located 75 kilometres south of Melbourne on the Mornington Peninsula, is formed on a crescent shaped bay opening onto Western Port comprising Hastings, Bittern, Crib Point, Tyabb and Somerville. Positioned within the Mornington Peninsula City Council, Hastings features a modern commercial centre with a number of supermarkets and shopping complexes, extending several blocks along High Street right down to the Western Port foreshore. The town’s foreshore consists of large and grassy open spaces, native bushland and mangroves along the water’s edge, as well as the popular Hastings Jetty, where fishing and boating activities are enjoyed year round.