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What can councils do for public toilets?

The CFPI has launched a campaign urging the national government to support the provision of additional public toilets. We’ve outlined a few essential changes that local authorities can make to ensure those with continence issues and the general public have access to toilets.

It’s World Continence Week 2023

“We welcome this response from the Committee. The report observes that without significant changes the Levelling Up agenda will fail to deliver for communities, despite cross-party support. The CFPI agrees with the Committee that short-term settlements and competitive grants should not replace core funding to local authorities, which has declined significantly since 2010.

CFPI response to ‘Funding for Levelling Up’ Select Committee report

“We welcome this response from the Committee. The report observes that without significant changes the Levelling Up agenda will fail to deliver for communities, despite cross-party support. The CFPI agrees with the Committee that short-term settlements and competitive grants should not replace core funding to local authorities, which has declined significantly since 2010.

CFPI launches campaign for more public toilets

The Campaign for Public Infrastructure (CFPI) is launching a new campaign calling on the Government to build and maintain more public toilets for our communities. We believe that investing in accessible and inclusive amenities is vital for transforming public spaces into welcoming environments for everyone.

The CFPI’s letter to newly elected Councillors

05/05/2023 CFPI’s letter to Councillors following the 2023 Local Elections The following letter was sent to those elected in the 2023 Local Elections, calling on them to prioritize the improvement of community spaces and public infrastructure. 5th May 2023 Dear Councillor, Congratulations on your recent election and for taking on this important responsibility. As you …

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