H & I Toilet Refresh

Refresh works to improve trader and customer facilities

The public toilets located beside H and I sheds, at the rear of the Dairy Hall, will be refreshed in February 2017 to provide improved facilities for traders and customers.

The refresh will include the installation of improved taps and hand dryers, painting, replacing damaged tiles and extensive cleaning and sanitation. Some traders have told us that customers often have difficulty using the current knee taps. In response to your feedback, we’ll trial some above bench sensor taps. We’ll monitor their use, but hope they are easier for you and market visitors to use.

Work is expected to be completed within four weeks.

The refresh is part of a series of amenity and safety improvements taking place prior to the beginning of the market renewal program later this year.

If you would like to know more about the renewal program, visit the market renewal program website. Email enquiries and feedback can be sent to qvmrenewal@melbourne.vic.gov.au at any time or call 9658 9658.

Download the fact sheet here.

 

Which toilets can I go to while the H and I block toilets are being worked on?

Six temporary toilets will be set up for traders and customers near sheds H and I during the works, with only the male or female toilets worked on at any one time.

Signage on the toilet block will direct you and customers to the nearest alternative toilet facilities. These include toilets in the Food Court or on Queen Street. The closest accessible toilet is located within the Food Court.

I need to use an accessible toilet. Where is the nearest one?

Thanks for your understanding while we complete these works.

The nearest accessible toilet to sheds H and I is in the market food court, located on Queen and Victoria Streets.

Why are these works being done?

The toilets have not had any significant attention for quite some time, are very well used and are in need of a refresh. The refresh is part of package of works designed to enhance market facilities and amenity for customers and traders prior to major renewal work getting underway.
The refresh will include the installation of improved taps and hand dryers, painting, replacing damaged tiles and extensive cleaning and sanitation. In response to trader feedback, the current knee taps will be replaced with above bench taps.

Who can I speak with regarding these works?

If you would like to know more about the current refresh works and the renewal program, visit the market renewal program website. Email enquiries and feedback can be sent to qvmrenewal@melbourne.vic.gov.au at any time or call 9658 9658.