The Loo of the Year awards are aimed at highlighting and improving standards of "away from home" toilet provision across the UK.
What does LOYA stand for?
LOYA stands for Loo of the Year Awards (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The best toilets in the UK are in Staffordshire, according to the Loo of the Year Awards 2012.
Raymond Martin, director of The British Toilet Association and senior inspector for the prestigious Loo of the Year Awards, said: "The width of 850mm sounds very, very tight.
The toilet block was refurbished five years ago and was voted Best Unattended Toilet in the 2006 Loo of the Year Awards.
The conveniences won Scottish Public Loo of the Year awards in 1997 and 2003, earning praise for their high standards of cleanliness.
Oh - and it would be remiss of me not to mention the toilets, which proudly display the numerous accolades secured in the National Loo of the Year awards down through the years.
The gong was one of a number won by Ceredigion council's cleaning services team at the 2010 Loo of the Year Awards Cleaning services manager Jasmine Wilson, who leads a team of 150 cleaners, said it was a battle to maintain the high standards.
Byline: ALEX HICKEY THE boss of a pub and an adventure park is delighted after his two businesses cleaned up at the Loo of the Year Awards.