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Public Toilets in Brighton & Hove
We have 83 toilets within the city - a mixture of traditional public toilets, participants in our Use Our Loo community toilet scheme and those in libraries, museums and leisure centres. Three of our toilets are currently closed for refurbishment to reopen later this year.
Our traditional public toilets are cleaned and maintained by Wetton Cleaning Services, and any problems or compliments can be phoned directly through to them on 0845 0345840.
To view opening hours and locations of toilets within Brighton & Hove please click on the links below:
- View or download toilet locations and opening hours [PDF 84KB]
- View map showing toilet locations
- Find out about accessible toilets in the city including our Changing Places facility
- There is also a useful map of baby changing facilities for the city (please note this is not council content so we cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies)
We carry out surveys to find out what people think of our toilets, and we were delighted to have improved on last year's performance. You can see our results or give us additional feedback using our feedback form .
For more information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone Environmental Customer Services: (01273) 292929.
Latest news and temporary closures
We continue to try and improve the facilities available in Brighton & Hove. You can find the latest news of improvements and new facilities in our news flush.
Currently we are renovating three of our toilets - The Level, Rottingdean Undercliff and the Open Market.
Unfortunately, sometime facilities have to be temporarily closed at short notice. You can find this information online or by calling (01273) 292929.
Find out more about how we aim to make our services accessible to everyone - Equalities Impact Assesment (PDF - 12.7KB)
British toilet association
The British Toilet Association's mission is to represent the interests of toilet providers, suppliers and users while pursuing standards of excellence in toilet provision and management.
Brighton & Hove City Council support the aims of the British Toilet Association (BTA). We have been members of the BTA for several years and are represented on the BTA Management Committee.