To: Richard Jackson Council Leader: Ruth Hyde Chief Executive, Broxtowe Borough Council

Please keep public toilets in Broxtowe

UPDATE: 25/04/16

After a heated council debate on the 19th April, the council have agreed that all public toilets currently open will remain open! But unfortunately they are not going to provide temporary toilets while the Beeston interchange is redeveloped.

Many thanks for all your support in this campaign.

We want Broxtowe Borough Council to maintain the availability of public toilets in the Borough.

Why is this important?

Are you aware that the public toilets in the new Beeston transport Interchange are temporarily closed, and that Broxtowe Borough Council is reviewing the provision of public toilets in Eastwood, Stapleford, Kimberley, Broadgate and Beeston?
One possible outcome of this review is that there may be no public toilets across the Borough as a means of saving money.
Local residents, shoppers, travellers and visitors to the Borough, need access to appropriate public toilets in the right location and should not have to rely on private provision. The tram is bringing more people into the Borough and they need access to public toilets.

How it will be delivered

We plan to deliver the petition signatures in person.

Broxtowe Borough, Nottinghamshire

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Reasons for signing

  • Public toilets are very important and should be saved for the old and the young alike.
  • If we are attract people to shop and visit Beeston we need to provide public toilets. Everywhere else I visit has them so why can't Beeston - even if people have to pay a small charge to use them so they are maintained and cleaned to a high standard.
  • #Banter CSGB

Updates

2016-04-29 15:13:42 +0100
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Petition is successful with 864 signatures

2015-10-28 13:48:38 +0000

500 signatures reached

2015-10-24 20:13:04 +0100

100 signatures reached

2015-10-24 11:57:40 +0100

50 signatures reached

2015-10-24 09:33:10 +0100

25 signatures reached

2015-10-23 15:51:49 +0100

10 signatures reached