There are accessible toilets for disabled people in many places. Sometimes they have to be locked, if they are providers are asked to fit standard locks to their toilets and make the keys available to disabled people. This National Key Scheme covers toilets for disabled people provided by public, voluntary and commercial organisations, for example in shopping centres, country parks, railway and bus stations, bars, motorway service areas and sports venues. Around 7000 toilets are now fitted with the lock and they can be found from Shetland to Jersey and Derry to Dover, there are lots here in Leeds – see document ‘Accessible toilets in Leeds’ for details.
You can get a key (sometimes called a RADAR key) and a list of local toilets from your local One Stop Centre ¬or from DIAL