Brighton & Hove scoops a prestigious national prize for the best public loos in England – the Oscars of the toilet world. The city’s toilets brushed aside the opposition and were awarded first place in the inf-loo-ential Loo of the Year awards for their cleanliness, facilities and accessibility to everyone – including adults, children, babies and people with a disability.
Toilets entered in this year’s Loo of the Year competition have all been awarded either gold or platinum awards, giving the council its best results yet! Brighton & Hove City Council entered 39 public toilets into the national award scheme this year. They included five new entries at the King Alfred, West Pier Arches, Vale Park, Black Rock and Park Road in Rottingdean.