The club is pleased to confirm that we’ve installed RADAR locks in all of the main stand disabled toilets as well as two of the East Stand disabled toilets too.
We’ll be continuing to install these until all disabled toilets around the ground have had them fitted.
Newly appointed Disabled Access Officer Colin Williamson met with a group of supporters a few weeks back and one of the issues raised was the misuse of the disabled toilets by the general public when the regular toilets were all occupied. This would leave our supporters who really needed access to the disabled toilet unable to do so.
The suggestion of installing RADAR locks was put to the club and we were more than happy to oblige to help ensure the best possible experience for all supporters when visiting the Tony Macaroni Arena.
With that said, those who do require access to the disabled toilet, we remind you to bring a RADAR key with you to gain access.
A RADAR Key (sometimes called an NKS Key) is a large, silver-coloured skeleton key that opens more than 10,000 locked, disabled toilets in the UK. The RADAR key is part of the National Key Scheme (NKS), giving thousands of people with disabilities and health conditions independent access to locked public toilets around the country. The Radar Key Scheme enables these disabled toilets to be locked to prevent vandalism and misuse, while also being readily available to those who really need them.
For anyone who wishes to speak to Colin on any other issues, you can contact him on DAO@livingstonfc.co.uk