A brand-new Changing Places toilet was opened in Finsbury Park today, boosting the accessibility of green space in the borough.

Aveso supported Haringey Council with their scheme to install a Changing Places toilet in the busy North London park. The new toilet facility is part of a

larger accessible development instigated by the council, which

includes the new ‘Richard Hope Play Space’, also opening today. The new play space has been designed with accessibility and inclusivity in mind, featuring a wide range of play equipment and disabled play provision.

The new Changing Places toilet is fully compliant with Changing Places Consortium requirements, and features an Astor ABW-CP height adjustable wash basinAstor OT200 ceiling track hoist, a fixed privacy screen, a peninsular toilet, and a changing table which has been specifically designed for public Changing Places facilities – the Astor Invincible.

The new Changing Places toilet in Finsbury Park


The Astor Invincible is the first changing table designed with Changing Places toilets in mind. It delivers uncompromised user comfort and simple hygienic upkeep and disinfection, while addressing the very unique requirements of a public toilet & changing venue with multi-user usage and often open or semi-restricted access.

Finsbury Park


The brand-new fully accessible facility was officially opened today; and the ceremony was attended by representatives from local community and disability groups, who have been instrumental in ensuring that the park is accessible for those in the community with complex needs.



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