The views of the public are again being sought as plans are finalised to help improve quality of life for people in Nottingham.
Work has been under way for several months on the city’s Health and Wellbeing Board strategy for 2016 to 2020. This document sets out agreed targets and priorities to make people happier and healthier, and reduce health inequalities.
A series of consultations have taken place with the public and partners to find out what is important to people in terms of their health and happiness.
Based on the results of that, a draft strategy has been produced and, once again, the views of the public are being sought to see if those priorities are right.
Councillor Alex Norris, Portfolio Holder for Adults and Health at Nottingham City Council and Chair of the Health and Wellbeing Board, said: “We’re really keen to hear as many views as possible as we look to put together this important document, which will set out our vision and priorities for health in the city for the next few years.
“We’ve listened to all the feedback that came through the engagement phase and now we want to be sure that we’ve got things right as we begin to finalise the strategy. Please visit the Council’s website and take part in a short online survey.”
Anyone wishing to take part should visit www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/hwb where more information is available about the Health and Wellbeing Strategy and a link through to the survey. Consultation will be open until the end of the month.