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The third pilot urban regeneration company is to be established in Sheffield. The urc has a budget of £750,000 for its first year and will run for around six years. It is charged with co-ordinating housing, transport and regeneration programmes in the city.

Worthing-based architect Dearle & Henderson and services engineer John Packer Associates have combined to design these environmentally friendly public conveniences to be built at Pevensey Bay, Sussex. Nicknamed the 'Millennium Bog' and 'Pisseidon', the building is in the form of an upturned boat, with a 'propellor' as a wind turbine. Rainwater is collected, treated and recycled to flush the wcs - the urinals are waterless.

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