Pembrokeshire County Council has a responsibility to assess the community’s need for toilets and to put a plan in place to meet identified needs.
We are interested in hearing from those who use the toilet facilities that are open to the general public in Pembrokeshire, as well as from organisations which provide toilets for use by the general public or would be interested in doing so.
The information you provide will help us to build a picture of the community’s needs. We will use the information to help prepare a toilet strategy, which we will publish by 31st May 2019.
Pembrokeshire Toilet Facilities
For the purposes of this survey and the final strategy, the term toilet also includes:
changing facilities for babies
changing places facilities for people with disabilities
These can be located in public buildings such as:
libraries and community centres
private buildings such as cafés, restaurants, pubs and shops
as well as public toilets maintained by Pembrokeshire County Council or a Town or Community Council.
Proposal to increase charges for Pembrokeshire County Council toilets
We’d also like to hear your views on proposals to increase charges for toilets which are currently maintained by Pembrokeshire County Council.
You can give your views by completing our Online Response Form
Alternatively please print off and complete the Hard Copy Form
Once complete please scan in and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Or post to: Pembrokeshire County Council, Policy, 2D County Hall, Haverfordwest, SA61 1TP
Please respond by Friday 2nd November 2018