Public health implications of inadequate public toilet facilities
The Committee held a short inquiry on the public health implications of inadequate public toilet facilities in winter 2011-2012. The Committee considered the following questions as part of its work:
- how should public toilet facilities address the needs of different groups of people (men, women, disabled people, people with special health needs, children)?
- was there a particular need for improved facilities for specific groups?
The remit of the Health and Social Care Committee is to examine legislation and hold the Welsh Government to account by scrutinising expenditure, administration and policy matters encompassing: the physical, mental and public health of the people of Wales, including the social care system. Consequently, the focus of the Committee’s work was the public health implications of public toilet provision and the Committee was unable to consider:
Evidence from the Public
The Committee held a public consultation to gather evidence on this topic.
Business type: Committee Inquiry
First published: 06/12/2011
- Public Health Implications of Inadequate Public Toilet Facilities - Report - March 2012 PDF 530 KB
- Response from the Minister for Health and Social Services - March 2012 PDF 149 KB
- Letter to Ann Jones AM, Chair of Communities, Equality and Local Government Committee PDF 371 KB View as HTML (3) 13 KB