North Somerset People and Communities Strategy 2017 - 2020

This consultation is now closed. For results contact the contact named in the following text. For the record, these are the consultation materials.
The North Somerset People and Communities Board brings together a range of partners from across public and voluntary services who are working together to reduce inequalities and improve the safety, health and wellbeing of local residents. This board fulfils the statutory duties of a Health and Wellbeing Board and a Community Safety Partnership.

 The Board has recently revised its priorities to reflect local challenges and opportunities. This work has informed a new draft People and Communities Strategy. The strategy does not seek to include all current activity relating to community safety and health and wellbeing. It focusses on what can best be achieved by working effectively together to meet local needs and enable people to live safe, healthy and independent lives.

The Board would welcome your views and comments on the draft document. All views received will help to shape the final strategy that will be adopted by board members

Further information about the work of the People and Communities Board can be found on the North Somerset Partnership website.












  • Opened
    10 Nov 2016 at 10:00
  • Closed
    12 Dec 2016 at 23:59
  • Response Published
    03 Feb 2017



Organisational Information

Contact Name Lorraine Bush
Job title Policy and Partnerships Development Officer
Contact Email
Contact Telephone 01934 634888

Project Information

Aim of this consultation Views will help to shape the final strategy
Close Date 12 Dec 2016 23:59
Consultation Topic Community - neighbourhoods, equalities, youth offending and registrar, Education - schools and adult learning, Social care - families, addictions, adoption and domestic abuse, Your council - councillors and committees, council tax or strategies
Context for this consultation The new partnership strategy will help to focus the activity of the People and Communities Board. It replaces the People and Communities Strategy (2013)