Local Toilet Strategy for Flintshire
Have your say on the Council’s revised Local Toilet Strategy
Flintshire County Council is inviting residents and visitors to share their opinions on its draft revised Local Toilet Strategy.
Whilst the provision of public toilets is not a statutory duty, the Council recognises the importance of toilet facilities to residents, visitors and the economy.
Originally published in May 2019, the Flintshire Local Toilet Strategy aimed to evaluate and enhance the quality and quantity of public toilets across Flintshire, ensuring the provision of clean, safe, accessible and sustainable toilets for residents and visitors to the county.
The Strategy has recently been reviewed based on feedback received during a public consultation held earlier this summer and residents are now being invited to again share their views on the new revised draft Strategy.
This revised strategy covers various aspects of toilet facilities including those for babies and individuals with disabilities, which can be found in public buildings, private establishments, and council-maintained public toilets.
The views and opinions collected during this consultation will help deliver the final Strategy covering the period 2023 – 2025
The strategy can be viewed online at Flintshire County Council's Local Toilet Strategy.
Responses can be emailed to: StreetsceneAdmin@flintshire.gov.uk
Or alternatively posted to:
Flintshire County Council,
Streetscene and Transportation,
By no later than Friday 22 December 2023.
For the purpose of this strategy, the term toilet includes changing facilities for babies and changing places facilities for people with disabilities. These can be located in public buildings such as libraries and community centres, private buildings such as cafes and shops as well as public toilets maintained by the council.