Consultation on draft Health & Wellbeing Strategy 2023-2028

We are asking you to comment on our plans to reduce health inequalities and improve the health of people who live and work in Uttlesford.

The Uttlesford district is a popular place to live, work and enjoy leisure time but unfortunately there are unavoidable differences in health outcomes between groups of people and communities.

We have put together a draft 5 year strategy which sets out our health and wellbeing priorities to tackle these inequalities.
 

Priorities

We are proposing that our strategy should focus on 5 key priorities:

  1. Improve and support mental wellbeing
  2. Enable people to live healthy, active lifestyles throughout their lives
  3. Build healthy, resilient, active communities
  4. Alleviate pressures associated with increased costs of living
  5. Improve access to services and facilities

Each priority will have specific areas of focus, which will be determined by the Uttlesford Health & Wellbeing Board. Subsequent actions and delivery mechanisms will be presented and published for anyone to read.
 

Read the draft strategy

We have published the draft strategy.

This draft document is a text only version. The final strategy will be professionally published as an attractive and engaging illustrated document.

Draft Uttlesford Health & Wellbeing Strategy 2023-2028 (PDF) [523KB]

You can also request a copy of the draft strategy in paper or other format by calling 01799 510510.
 

How to comment

We would like to hear your views on the draft strategy.

When

The consultation runs until Friday 7 October 2022.

By email

You can send comments by email to:

fmarriage@uttlesford.gov.uk

By post

You can send comments by post to:

Faye Marriage
Senior Health Improvement Officer
Uttlesford District Council
London Road
Saffron Walden
CB11 4ER