Public Toilets: Improving Access in Southwark

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Closes 17 Dec 2019

Public Toilets in Southwark

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1. Do you think we should increase the number of toilet facilities available for public use in Southwark?
2. If yes, how important to you are
Female toilets
Male toilets
Unisex toilets
Baby-changing facilities
Disabled toilet facilities
Changing Places toilet facilities*
Daytime access (9am to 5pm)
Evening access (5pm to 10pm)
Alarm system to call for help
Waste bins
Non-slip floor
Grabrail
Sufficient space for my carer to help me
Wheelchair access
Other

*Changing Places toilet facilities: provides more space and equipment for people who have learning difficulties and other physical disabilities to use the toilets safely