Details of new unisex Bognor Regis public toilets revealed

Plans showing how the public toilets in Bedford Street, Bognor Regis, would be made unisex have been revealed.

A planning application has been submitted for internal reconfiguration of the existing public conveniences with associated changes to the entrance and removal of part of the roof.

The plans show nine unisex and two accessible cubicles where there are six female, three male and one disabled unit at the moment.

Proposed changes to the outside of the Bedford Street toilets in Bognor Regis

They said a redesign could see the toilets become unisex – meaning that men and women would share the communal space and cubicles can be used by anyone.

Cubicles would also face Bedford Street with the communal area visible from the outside – something officers hoped will discourage anti-social behaviour.

To view the plans go to the Arun District Council planning portal and use the search reference BR/85/22/PL.

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