Council wants feedback on Vale of Glamorgan loos
12:10pm Tuesday 19th March 2013 in News
WHAT do you think of the Vale of Glamorgan’s public loos?
The council wants to hear from residents on the state of its 21 public toilets located across the county. Are the loos clean enough and are they stocked with products such as toilet roll and soap?
Signs have been put up at each loo with details of when the toilets were last inspected and cleaned, as well as telling residents how to give feedback.
Cabinet member for the environment and visible services, Councillor Rob Curtis, said: “As part of our continued consultation work, we are putting signs up at all our public toilets asking residents and visitors to let us know how we are doing.
“We are keen that our toilets meet reasonable standards are keen to hear people’s views on how we can improve them.
“We would like to find out how clean they found the toilets, whether products were well stocked and would encourage other general feedback on how satisfied they are with the facilities they have used.”
If you want to get in touch, text “C1V” then your message to 60066, phone 01446 700111 or email email@example.com
For a list of public conveniences locations and their opening times, visit www.valeofglamorgan.gov.uk