Spending a penny in Salisbury could cost in the future

Crane Street Car Park toilets (Mike Draper) (1)

Published by Henrietta Creasey at 5:51am 15th November 2018.

Charging to use public toilet facilties is one option being looked at as a review by city bosses gets underway.

Salisbury City Council has launched a public consultation on the future delivery of the 9 public loos it currently runs at a cost of £210,000 per year.

The consultation includes an online survey with questions about charging for toilet use, which toilets people use and the number of public toilets in the city.


Toilet Survey

The online survey runs until Wednesday 12 December.

The results of the consultation will be reported back to the City Council at the Services Committee meeting later in December.


  • Central Car Park 
  • Churchill Gardens
  • Culver Street Car Park
  • Fisherton Recreation Ground
  • Lower Bemerton Recreation Ground
  • Market Place
  • Millstream Coach Park
  • Queen Elizabeth Gardens
  • Victoria Park
Millstream Coach Park toilets
Toilets at Millstream Coach Park

Councillor Sven Hocking, Chairman of the Services Committee said,

"We would like feedback on the current state of our toilets and what users expect from us. We know that many of our facilities are used by both residents and visitors to our area and it is important to us to provide clean and modern facilities where they are needed."

If you would like to complete a hard copy of the questionnaire, these are available at the Salisbury Information Centre and the Salisbury Shopmobility Centre or contact info@salisburycitycouncil.gov.uk or call 01722 42860.

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