Roome Bay, Crail. Feedback on Designs.
In March 2022 the Crail Community Partnership (CCP) carried out a community survey asking for the views of the Crail community on the potential acquisition by Community Asset Transfer (CAT) and redevelopment of the Roome Bay public toilet site.
This project is a direct result of the community consultation (The Crail Charrette) carried out in 2019, which identified the Roome Bay toilets as a priority area for development to create better local and visitor facilities.
We asked what you would like to see on the site and how you would use any new facilities. The results of the survey have been gathered in a summary can be seen here [link to survey summary].
72% of respondents support CCP purchasing the toilets via a CAT
72% thought there should be no charge or donations for the toilets
88% thought the toilets should be open year round
60% would buy coffee/tea/drink at least once a month from a catering facility on site
53% felt an interpretation centre was important or very important.
The initial building designs have been based on these findings as well as considering the location, the need to be easy to manage and as sustainable as possible. We aim to keep running and maintenance costs to a minimum.
Kiosk for takeaway drinks & snacks
Covered space and seating
Information on the local area
We now ask for your feedback on the initial findings and design.
Please give 3 minutes of your time to complete this survey.
Please fill it in online if possible. To request a paper copy, please call 01333 450108. Paper copies should be returned to Greens (14 High Street).
Please complete this survey