A public toilet in Old Windsor in Berkshire is set to be transformed into a base for local police units.
According to the BBC, the renovated structure will include a council office, an information stand and two shiny new bathrooms for public use.
Council chairman Tony Troughton told the news source that the finished item will allow local police to spend more time in the area of the village and he hopes the work will be finished in ten weeks.
The centre will cost around £55,000 and it has been given the go ahead by Windsor Council after the parish council approved the proposal.
And according to the Loo of the Year Awards, the best public toilets in 2010 were those found in JD Wetherspoons bars, which are said to be of a very high standard – and Old Windsor's new convenience may wish to emulate this.
The website revealed 189 of the chain's lavatories have been entered into the competition, with 150 of them achieving a five star rating.