TWO derelict eyesores on the edge of a park are causing anti-social behaviour, it has been claimed.
The disused toilet block in Lagley Meadow, Berkhamsted, was highlighted as an anti-social behaviour hotspot in a report by the town’s police community support officer James McLean.
It has been closed since 2010, but cannot be demolished as it is attached to a sports pavilion used by the Berkhamsted Raiders.
The block is next to the former Victory Road Health Clinic in Gossoms Ryde, which has been empty since September 2010.
Ex-town mayor Geraldine Corry said both sites are ‘run down’ and attract anti-social behaviour.
There are plans to change the former clinic into a children’s centre – but Miss Corry, who lives in Gossoms Ryde, fears this could create parking problems.
Dacorum Borough Council says waiting restrictions in the area will help stop this from happening.