Plans to replace an aging toilet block with new loos and a cafe will be discussed next month. 

Belle Vue Park in Sudbury currently has a toilet block which has been described by Babergh District Council as 'aging and vandal-prone.'

However, residents could soon be able to visit a new environmentally friendly café and toilet facility, if plans are approved by the council.

The plans would mean demolishing the existing 1930s toilet block, now in poor condition, and replacing it with a more sustainable modular building.

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Cllr Derek Davis, Babergh District Council cabinet member for economic growth said: "This is something the Council has wanted to do for several years. Supporting the regeneration of the town centre and investing in the future of the park is something we know will be welcomed by local residents and visitors to the park alike."

There are wider plans for improvement to the park, including electric vehicle and bicycle charging points and new play equipment.

The plans will be proposed to the council on Tuesday, September 5.