Community Health Hub at Heglat

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Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust (SCFT) is looking to develop the Brighton General Hospital site on Elm Grove into a purpose built Community Health Hub for patients from across Brighton and Hove, and Sussex.

Because of the importance of this proposal for us, in terms of local health provision as well as other impacts upon our community and our local infrastructure, representatives from the Trust will be attending our next meeting on May 30th to tell people more about the proposals and to hear local views.

The full agenda for the event is as follows:

  1. Welcome & introductions
  2. Actions & updates from last meeting
  3. Brighton General Health Hub consultation
  4. Update on Council Funding for Restorative Practice work plan
  5. LAT Action Plan – Priorities Crime and Community Safety
  6. Date of next meeting and discussion items
  7. AOB

We hope you will be able to attend. 7pm at the Hanover Public House community room on Queens Park Road.

For more information about the Brighton General proposals and consultation, see here: www.sussexcommunity.nhs.uk/about-us/brighton-general-community-health-hub.htm

The minutes from our last LAT meeting can be found HERE

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Next meeting and other stuff…

The next LAT meeting will be on Tuesday April 17th – 7pm at the Hanover, and this will also be our AGM where we will look back over the past year and ahead into the future….

At the last meeting (for mins see HERE) we talked a lot of rubbish, partly discussing the Refuse & Recycling theme of the developing Neighbourhood Action Plan, and partly looking at a report which was presented by a resident suggesting that communal bins close to buildings may present a fire risk.  Both of these topics will be picked up again this time, with input from BHCC Cityclean and Corporate health & Safety team who will be in attendance to speak to these issues.

Also on the agenda is the Collaboration Fund update. Those at the last meeting will remember that Tim Read from the council Restorative Practice Team attended to speak about his work, and opportunities to use this approach to tackle local issues – particularly graffiti. Since this meeting we have had the opportunity to bid to the council collaboration fund, as part of the Neighbourhood Plan Community Coalition, and are hoping for good news on this bid to be shared at the meeting.

Regarding the Community Coalition, we held a great event at the Hanover Centre on March 19th, getting local views on the developing plan. If you haven’t checked it yet, look HERE for the latest version and how to give your views and get involved. Our next public event will be at Spring in the Patch on April 29th.

Here is the April 17th agenda so far – please let us know if there are any things you would like to add.

  1. Welcome and Introductions
  2. Apologies for Absence
  3. AGM  – Election of Chair and Secretary
  4. Minutes of Previous Meeting – Matters Arising – Fire Risk Commmunal Bins
  5. NAP Update
  6. Collaboration Fund Update
  7. AOB

Look forward to seeing you

 

Welcome to 2018…

Our first meeting of the new year will take place on Tuesday February 13th.

The main topics so far are the developing Neighborhood Action Plan – sharing the themes which are developing so far, and looking at strategies to tackle graffiti in the area.

For the Graffiti topic we will welcome Tim Read from the council, who works on restorative justice in the City and will also be looking at enforcement, community action and support from Sussex Probation Service

For the Neighbourhood Action Plan, the following key themes have been developed:

Theme one: Refuse, recycling & street cleansing

Theme Two: Crime and Community Safety.

Theme Three: The Environment: Green space, biodiversity & sustainability

Theme Four: Neighbourliness & Community Facilities

Theme Five: Health  

Theme Six: Digital Resilience

The next step is to get suggestions, comments and thoughts on  these themes from across the area, and there will be information on some planned events and activities.

A final agenda will be put out in the next couple of days. Look forward to seeing you at the meeting

 

 

LAT Meeting Agenda – September 7th

The next Hanover and Elm Grove Local Action team meeting will be on Thursday September 7th

7pm at the Hanover Public House

For minutes of the last meeting click HERE

AGENDA

 1.         Welcome and introductions 2 mins

2.         Updates from last meeting 5 mins

a.         Neighbourhood Action Plan and Pilot Surveys 20 mins

b.         Police Update  10 mins

3.          Graffiti – finding a community response

4.         Local Budget Provision 10 mins

5.         Other business 15 mins

6.         Date of next meeting

LAT Meeting September 27th

Our next meeting will be September 27th, 7pm at the Hanover

The minutes from the last meeting can be found HERE

AGENDA

  1. Welcome and introductions 2 mins
  2. Updates from last meeting
    1. Community compost – 5 mins
    2. Recycling wheelie bins 10 mins
  3. Neighbourhood Plan for Hanover & Elm Grove – report back from working group meetings 30 mins
  4. Parking Update  10 mins
  5. Other business 5 mins
  6. Date of next meeting

Look forward to seeing you

September Local Action Team Meeting

The next Hanover & Elm Grove Local Action Team meeting will take place on Monday September 30th – 7pm at the Hanover Public House on Queens Park Road. To view the minutes of the last meeting, click HERE

Hanover and Elm Grove Area

Local Action Team

(HEGLAT)

 Meeting on Monday 30th September

7:00pm sharp

At The Hanover pub, Queens Park Road

Everyone who lives or works in Hanover or Elm Grove welcome!

  • Minutes of the last meeting & follow-up issues to be discussed
  • Matters Arising in our local area
  • Police issues
  • Student Halls and accommodation
  • Bill Randall update on contact with City Clean
  • Parking Survey street-by-street with Steve Reeves (Main Topic)

 Please come along and discuss any issues you may have, particularly about parking, HMOs or Anti-social behaviour