Public toilet in Wembley Park
London is open - but what about its toilets? There are just 3 weeks left to complete this important survey on public toilet provision. The survey is part of the London Assembly Health Committee’s investigation on Access to public toilets
toilets in London - Introduction
The London Assembly represents the interests of Londoners and holds the Mayor to account. Your opinions will help the London Assembly with its research. We can share your experiences and inform the Mayor of your views on public toilets in London. This survey will be included in a report which we hope will provide a snapshot of public toilet provision in London and inform us about what needs to happen next.
By ‘public toilet’, we mean any toilet that is publicly accessible. This could be a toilet run by a local council (in a park, for example), a toilet available to use in a public building such as a library, or toilets in a privately run space but available to any member of the public, such as a shopping centre. Also included are toilets in places such as cafés and shops when they are part of a scheme (such as a Community Toilet Scheme) which means they are specifically open to non-customers (i.e. you don’t have to purchase something to use the toilet).
You don’t have to answer all the questions if you don’t feel like it. Here’s what this survey is about:
In part 1, we’re asking some questions to understand your experiences of using public toilets in London.
In part 2, we’d like to know a little bit about you.
It will take 10-15 minutes to complete.
All responses will be treated confidentially. Answers will be grouped together, and no individual will be identified in any publications.
The GDPR bit...
You are in control of any personal data that you have provided to us in your response. You can contact us at any time to have your information changed or deleted. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are undertaking this survey to aid the London Assembly to support and represent Londoners.