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Community Toilet Grant Scheme

Would your business be prepared to open your toilet to the public? If so, you could receive a payment of up to £500 for joining the council’s new community toilet scheme.

The Welsh Government’s Community Toilet Grant Scheme needs local authorities and local businesses such as pubs, post offices and shops, to work together to provide cleaner, safer and more accessible toilets for the general public.

How does the Community Toilet Grant Scheme work?

The Community Toilet Scheme enables local businesses like pubs, restaurants and shops, to work together with the council to make more clean, safe and accessible toilets available to the public.

Members of the public can use toilet facilities during the premises opening hours and without the need to make a purchase. Businesses have the right to refuse entry in exceptional circumstances.

Participating premises will be required to keep their toilets safe, clean, accessible and well-stocked. In return, businesses and organisations will receive up to £500 for taking part.

What are the benefits to the businesses and organisations participating in the scheme?

Good publicity – your facility will be promoted as a community toilet location by the council.

Your business could potentially benefit from the visits, as more people will be entering the premises and could make a purchase or use your service.

Approved businesses will receive up to £500 for joining the Community Toilet Scheme.

How do I apply?

Contact the Waste Management Section for an application form. There is no set deadline date for receipt of application forms. However, please note that the grant will be awarded on a first come, first served basis. Should the allocation reach the full capacity of 35 businesses, your details will be put down on a waiting list to take part in the scheme the following year, subject to funding be available.

What happens next?

After completing and submitting your application form, if successful, the next stage of the application process is a visit from a council officer to view your proposed toilet(s) and to discuss your proposals in more detail eg opening hours etc. Following the visit, a letter will be sent informing you of the outcome of the assessment. If successful, a formal offer of payment will be made by the council with any further agreed terms and conditions attached.

Contact Highways and Waste Management

Sustainable Development Directorate
Isle of Anglesey County Council
Council Offices
LL77 7TW
Tel: General enquiries: 01248 752860
For General enquiries please use the Waste Management General Enquiry Form
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