Case study

Lushers Passage Public Convenience – internal refurbishment/remodelling and repairs

4th Feb 2020


North Norfolk District Council required the internal refurbishment, remodelling and repairs to be undertaken to the public convenience provision within Lusher’s Passage in Sheringham, Norfolk.

Works Undertaken

  • Surveys of the existing facilities
  • Demolition works
  • Remodelling
  • Supply and fit of sanitary ware, cubicles and associated fitments
  • Provision of new ramp and handrails
  • Full redecoration
  • Removal and safe disposal of any site waste

Client: North Norfolk District Council

Project: Refurbishment and Remodelling of Lushers Passage Public Conveniences Sheringham

Start: April 2019

Completion: July 2019

Contract: JCT Minor Works Building Contract with Contractor’s Design 2016

Works included:

  • Stripping out of all the existing structure
  • Provision of new openings to allow for the new layout
  • Levelling of the existing floor with latex levelling screed
  • Provision of new ramp and handrails
  • Fit supply free issue all white goods, sanitary ware, panels and cubicles.
  • Working with the Councils Contractor Kings & Barnhams, Fakenham for all electrical works and mechanical extraction
  • Rendering, plastering and redecoration of all areas


Public access to the front of the toilets had to be maintained at all times with deliveries organised for minimal disruption to the public.

We had to be aware of noise levels during the demolition phase of the works within the facility.

There was restricted access for deliveries and machinery to the site due to the situation of the facility.  Vehicular access was limited to delivery only with parking permits issued by North Norfolk District Council during the contract period.

Location of the storage container and site hut was had to be agreed with the Council as it was on a car park facility.