Brighton and Hove City Council wants to permanently close Greenleas public toilets and introduce paid parking.
The City Council has mismanaged the public toilet cleaning budget and has already closed 17 public toilets. Now it wants to close Greenleas public toilets permanently.
This will be bad for local users and sports team.
The City Council is wasting millions of pounds across the city, and should reprioritise its spending on essential services.
Cllr Dawn Barnett, Cllr Nick Lewry and Tim Hodges are petitioning the Council to stop the permanent closure of Greenleas public toilets.
Information about this petition
This petition to stop the Council closing permanently closing Greenleas public toilets will run until Thursday 2 February 2023, at which point it will be presented to the Full Council meeting. Your petition signature will be retained until a decision is made by Brighton & Hove City Council on whether to permanently close Greenleas public toilets.