Community consultations provided a basis for the design of the two community toilets in the Basti. Privacy and safety for women, availability of water, ventilation and adequate day-lighting were issues that were voiced by nearly all. Provisions for children and appropriate provisions for pilgrims were the other concerns of the community. The smaller toilet facility at the Musafir Khana Street was designed with 10 toilet seats, and has two floors. This not only provided for better ventilation and lighting but also provided adequate privacy for women. The larger facility was designed to address bathing and washing needs of both residents and pilgrims along with 30 toilet seats. Courtyards on either sides of the building allowed for adequate light and cross ventilation. Special provisions were made for children where toilet seats as well as the door heights were designed for children. Two disabled-friendly toilets were located at the entrance which allowed for an easy access. The upper floor of the larger community toilet facility was designed as a multipurpose hall that is frequently used for community meetings and a resource centre for the Basti. As a means of creating privacy, plantation was done in the form of bottle garden along the open courtyard. Walls along the children section were decorated in the local art form using broken coloured tiles by Basti artist Om Pal.