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Where to Access a Radar Key

If you have a disability, here is some useful information to help you plan your trip.

Details about Public Toilets available in Fife including the Comfort Break Scheme

You may need a RADAR key to open some accessible toilets, see below for details.

What is a RADAR Key, and who can get one?

The key can be purchased by anyone who requires use of these toilet facilities due to a disability or health condition. You will need to provide supporting evidence to buy a key or complete a declaration to confirm you are eligible.

If someone is purchasing a key on your behalf, they will need to provide evidence to show that you are acting on their behalf.

The RADAR Key allows independent access for people with disabilities.  There are around 7,000 accessible toilets in the UK.

Examples of evidence include

  • Disability Living Allowance,
  • Personal Independence Payment or similar benefit;
  • Blue Parking Badge
  • A hospital/GP letter or other letter that proves you're in receipt of:
  • Disability Living Allowance; or
  • Any other disability benefit


The key is yours as long as you need it and the cost is £3.50.

How do I get a RADAR Key?

You can buy Keys in person, or by someone on your behalf, at any of the Fife locations listed below:

Maps are available on these links.

When a person is buying a key on your behalf, they will need to bring your evidence with as they are acting for you.

You can also contact RADAR direct at disabilityrightsuk.org

How do I find RADAR facilities?

Use this link:  UK public toilet map

How do I find Changing Places facilities?

Use this link:  Changing Places - UK toilet map