NHS England has launched a consultation exercise to help shape the future of general practice services in England. The main purpose of this particular ‘call to action’ (which forms part of the wider ‘call to action’ that NHS England launched on 11 July 2013) is to stimulate debate in local communities as to how best to develop general practice services. read
Prompted by the Government’s proposals for a new High Speed 2 (HS2) and Crossrail station at Old Oak by 2026, the Mayor, Transport for London and the London Boroughs of Brent, Ealing and Hammersmith & Fulham are consulting on a new vision for the area which forms part of the wider Park Royal Opportunity Area straddling the three Boroughs.
The closing date for responses to the consultation is Friday 6 September. read
This month sees the publication of a new vision for London by the Mayor. 2020 Vision – the Greatest City on Earth – Ambitions for London sets out the Mayor’s ambition to make London the best place to work, live, play, study, invest, and do business, with creating the conditions for jobs and economic growth being the key focus. read
The importance of considering healthcare provision when planning for town centres has been emphasised in the Mayor’s latest London Plan Supplementary Planning Guidance consultation on Town Centres. read
Better Services Better Value (BSBV) is a review of NHS health services across South West London and Epsom and the surrounding area, led by local doctors, nurses and health professionals. read
The latest version of Greenwich’s new local plan for the Borough has recently been out to public consultation. The next stage will be to submit the plan to the Secretary of State, followed by an Examination in Public. The Council expects to adopt a final version of the Plan by the end of the year. read