Changing Places Toilets

In a national effort to build back better from COVID-19, the government wants to create a stronger, safer and fairer society in which everyone is treated with dignity and respect.

In a major change to statutory guidance in England, the government wants to make it compulsory to include a Changing Places toilets in new, publicly accessible buildings – but the government wants to go much further.

In July, the government announced £30 million to help local authorities to work with local charities and other organisations to increase the number of Changing Places toilets in every part of the country, including Bromley.

We would like to hear your views and opinions about where these facilities should go and what difference they would make to you and your family, and invite you to give your views through our short survey

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* 1. Where would you MOST like to see a new Changing Places toilet locally?

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* 2. What difference would a Changing Places toilet at this venue make to you?

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* 3. What part of the borough do you live in? Please provide the first part of your post code.

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