Dear Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Authority,
Pretty no, but effective yes. These toilets had been brought in because the composting toilets – I know your Chief Executive will say, “I could have told you so” – did not work. I don’t know why they had gone wrong but what I do know is that National Trust for Scotland, which is under severe financial pressure, appears able to prioritise basic facilities for visitors. If they can do this, why can’t you? All your visitor surveys have said there are insufficient public toilets in the National Park. A hundred portaloos would be a start. Visitors might even then be happy to pay a small car parking charge, as they do at Linn of Dee.