The Surrey Heath Partnership is a single body that brings together different parts of the public sector as well as the business, community and voluntary sectors to work together for the benefit of the community of Surrey Heath.
The members of the Surrey Heath Partnership are:
- Surrey Police
- Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner
- Surrey and Sussex Probation Service
- Surrey Fire and Rescue Service
- Surrey County Council
- Surrey Heath Borough Council
- Surrey Heath Clinical Commissioning Group
As a Partnership we've produced a Sustainable Community Strategy. The Strategy is the main document for the work of the Partnership. It sets out short, medium and long term aims for the area; has been developed out of consultation and forms the cornerstone of our work.
The projects we will deliver are set out in our Partnership Action Plan 2015-2018.
Surrey Heath Health & Wellbeing Board
The Surrey Heath Health & Wellbeing Board was established in April 2013, in response to the Health and Social Care Act 2012. The Borough Council boundaries is virtually the same as the then new, Surrey Heath Clinical Commissioning Group and so the Surrey Heath Health and Wellbeing Board was formed by the two Authorities, with the Surrey County Council Adult Services and Public Health Teams, with an aim to harness opportunities for promoting and encouraging good health and active lifestyles.
We want to know what you think are the most important priorities for local residents, communities and agencies to work together to address. Please help us by completing the form below: