Why are Changing Places Toilets Important?
Did you know that standard accessible toilets do not meet the needs of all people with a disability - or their carers? Inadequate, inaccessible facilities can create barriers to people with disabilities getting out and about.
Does Nottingham have Changing Places Toilets?
There are 19 Changing Places toilets in Nottingham, providing enough space for disabled people and their carers and the right equipment, including a height-adjustable changing bench and a hoist.
Location of Changing Places Toilets in Nottingham
- Broad Marsh Bus Station - Canal Street, NG1 7
- Bulwell Riverside Joint Service Centre - Main Street, Bulwell North, NG6 9HY, 01158833500
- David Ross Sports Village, University of Nottingham - University Park, NG7 2RD, 0115 7487000
- Djanogly Community Leisure Centre - Gregory Boulevard, Forest Fields, NG7 6ND, 01158762170
- Intu Victoria Shopping Centre - NG1 3QN, 01159 121 111
- Forest Recreation Ground - Gregory Boulevard, NG7 6HB, 07508 439 050
- Harvey Hadden Sports Village - Wigman Road, Bilborough, Nottingham, NG8 4PB, 0115 8761600
- In the City Centre at Greyhound Street, just off Old Market Square - NG1 2DP
- Ken Martin Leisure Centre - Hucknall Lane, Bulwell, NG6 8AP, 01159151555
- Nottingham Contemporary - Weekday Cross, Lace Market, NG1 2GB, 01159 242 421
- Nottingham Castle - Expected to Open in the summer
- Nottingham Motorpoint National Ice Stadium - Bolero Square, NG1 1LA, 0843 373 3000
- Nottingham Hospital NHS Trust QMC and City Hospital -
- Nottingham Railway Station - Carrington Street, NG2 3AQ, 08457 125 678
- Royal Concert Hall/Theatre Royal - Theatre Square, Nottingham NG1 5ND
- The Mary Potter Centre - 76 Boulevard, Hyson Green, Nottingham, NG7 6BE, 01158838070
- Victoria Leisure Centre - Gedling Street, NG1 1DB, 01158 761 600
- Wollaton Park - NG8 2AE, 01159153900
Please click below for more details on the above and other locations to access the map.
Changing Places toilets include the following facilities:
- A height-adjustable changing bench and washbasin
- A hoist system to lift people between wheelchairs and the toilet
- Enough space to ensure the bench and toilet can be approached from either side
For Health and Safety reasons, we do not provide slings. Customers are asked to bring their own, which should be compatible with the loop system.
By providing enough space, privacy and appropriate equipment, Nottingham City Council is supporting carers to look after people with disabilities in dignified and hygienic conditions without endangering their health. Putting careful thought into the design of toilet facilities can open up a world of possibilities for people with severe disabilities - ensuring everybody can get out and about to enjoy the city.
If you want further information about the Changing Places toilets, please ring 0115 915 2000. or visit our website.
If you would like further information about the Changing Places toilets, please ring 0115 915 2000.
View this video of Bethan and Lowri enjoying a day out in Nottingham thanks to the Greyhound Street Changing Places toilet.