Surrey Heath Partnership Action Plan 2017

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Surrey Heath Partnership Action Plan 2017
Surrey Heath Partnership
Action Plan 2017-19
Surrey Heath Partnership
Action Plan 2017-19
February 2017 Update
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Surrey Heath Partnership
Action Plan 2017-19
The Surrey Heath Sustainable Community Strategy
The Sustainable Community Strategy vision for our area is:
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To sustain and constantly improve Surrey Heath as a desirable place to live, learn, work and play; and,
To support individuals to achieve their full potential as a part of the local community.
Our objectives support our vision and are borne out of our consultation with the local community. They encapsulate the things the
people of Surrey Heath told us were important to them and which we will work towards. They are:
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To live in attractive towns and villages;
To feel safe in our homes and on our streets;
To have a range of diverse leisure facilities and good access to well-maintained open spaces;
To have good public transport systems available;
To have safe facilities for young people;
Opportunities for promoting and encouraging good health and an active lifestyle;
Good quality accessible learning for all ages;
Improved traffic flow;
To have safe provision for older people;
Good recycling opportunities in the area;
Affordable housing built to enhance not crowd communities; and
Businesses supported in the area and demonstrating their corporate social responsibilities.
The following action plans set out the targets we will deliver to help achieve these objectives.
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Action Plan 2017-19
Safer and Stronger Communities: To feel safe in our homes and on our streets.
What is the local
need/priority
Agreed Action (s)
Who will do
this
When will we do
this?
LEAD
PARTNER
Progress to date and
achievements
To increase
awareness of
domestic abuse
(DA) support and
reporting process.
To monitor risks of
potential
radicalisation of our
communities
DA Awareness week campaign.
To include military families and
Schools. Funding of Your
Sanctuary
SHBC/Surrey
Police
Ongoing and DA
Week each October
SHBC
Enhancing cultural cohesion
through SH Faith Forum activity,
Counter-terrorism (“Prevent”)
training for front line staff, and to
include in Young Citizen event
Multi-agency Road Enforcement
and Education days.
Community/ School Speed
watches
SHBC/Surrey
Police and
Surrey Heath
Learning
Partnership
Surrey Police
Training completed
November 2015 and
May 2016. SHBC
Member training Feb
2017. Forum events.
Ongoing
Surrey
Police
To devise an appropriate action
plan in partnership with Surrey
Police and SCC
To use the ASB Crime and Police
Act 2014 in dealing with localised
issues effectively.
To encourage greater community
participation in Deepcut and with
the RMA
SCC /Surrey
Police and
SHBC
SHBC/SCC
and Surrey
Police
SHBC/PRB
Deepcut and
RMAS
Sandhurst
Ongoing
SHBC
Ongoing
SHBC
Ongoing
PRB,
RMAS,
SHBC
Promotion at FP Hospital,
Children’s Centres and all
staff in Surrey Heath House.
Also radio campaigns to
build awareness.
Action plan in place.
Faith Forum at SH Show
each year. Peace Vigils.
.Inter-Faith Lunches each
Nov.
70 community speed-watch
sessions since 1/4/16. 458
vehicles recorded and notice
letters sent out. Next REED
Day is 24/2/17.
SHBC participating in
MAECC meetings, jointly led
by SCC and Surrey Police.
Manage complaints. Agree
reduction targets. Work
smartly to prevent repeats.
Community Committee
meetings. Deepcut Youth
Club. Prepare a Community
Development Plan.
Reduction in antisocial driving and
incidents of road
deaths and injuries
Preventing Child
Sexual Exploitation
Anti-Social
Behaviour
Enhanced cohesion
between civilian and
military communities
Surrey
Police
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Health and Wellbeing: The Surrey Heath ‘Preventing Avoidable Illness and Death’ Plan 201618 focuses on the following priority areas:
What is the local
need/priority
Reduce prevalence
of Long Term
Conditions through
action on their
leading causes
Improve the health
and wellbeing of
Children and Young
People in Surrey
Heath
Improving the health
of workforce
Helping people live
independently in
their own homes
Agreed Action (s)
A stepped approach from universal
through to targeted, specialist
support to tackle the leading
causes of circulatory disease,
cancer, respiratory disease and
diabetes
A focus on healthy weight and
emotional wellbeing
Focus on healthcare, social care
and local government staff
A focus on reducing social isolation
and reducing non-elective
admissions to hospital
Who will do
this
SCC Public
Health / CCG
When will we do
this?
Ongoing
LEAD
PARTNER
SCC
Progress to date and
achievements
Please refer to the detailed
plan.
SCC Public
Health / CCG
Ongoing
SCC
Please refer to the detailed
plan.
SCC Public
Health / CCG /
SHBC
SCC Public
Health/ CCG /
SHBC
Ongoing
SCC
Please refer to the detailed
plan.
Ongoing
SCC
Please refer to the detailed
plan.
It is a multi-agency plan, contributed to by Surrey County Council, Surrey Heath Borough Council, Surrey Heath Clinical Commissioning Group
and wider partners. It reports to the Surrey Heath Health and Wellbeing Board, with a new version produced for each quarterly Board meeting.
Feedback from the Surrey Heath Partnership would also be welcome (please email comments to [email protected])
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Young People: “Every young person will be safe, healthy and have the personal confidence, skills and opportunities to enable them to
participate and contribute to their communities.” (Every Child Matters)
What is the local
need/priority
Agreed Action (s)
Who will do this
When will we do
this?
LEAD
PARTNER
Progress to date and
achievements
Safe Young People
Deliver Young Citizens
event to Surrey Heath
Schools, include cyber
safety and preventing
radicalisation
Eradication of under-age
sales of banned
substances
SHLP/SHBC
November 2017
SHLP/SHBC
Successful events held in
previous years and las year’s
event was on 23-25 November
2016.
Surrey Police
Ongoing
Surrey Police
Last Test Purchasing exercise
was 29/9/16. 11 premises
inspected and 1 fixed penalty
notice issued. Next event
planned for February 2017.
Deliver youth
unemployment Initiatives
(LEAP – ready to work
programme. PETE –
participating in
education, employment
or training. NEET (not
PETE)
(CSE – Child Sexual
Exploitation -some
SCC: Youth
Support Service
(YSS)
Ongoing.
SCC: Youth
Support
Service
Caseload at 3/2/17 totals 90 young
Safe Young People
All young people
participating in
employment,
education and
training.
concern either historical or
current)
people of which: 20 are Children
in Need. 43 receiving early help
service. 10 are receiving 1-1
engagement to become PETE.
64 are PETE. 9 are NEET. 7 on
ready to work programme. 4 are
on a Court Order and 3 currently
have pre court disposal (Youth
Restorative Intervention) and 1
has a Police Youth caution. 2 are
pregnant and there are 9 cases of
CSE concern.
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The Economy: Businesses supported in the area and demonstrating their corporate social responsibilities and good quality accessible learning
for all ages.
What is the local
need/priority
Agreed Action
(s)
Who will do this
When will we do this?
LEAD
PARTNER
Progress to date and
achievements
Support the most
vulnerable into
employment
Fund and
support local Job
Club
SHBC
Annual grant and
monitoring in place
SHBC
Local companies to
support veterans
and employ service
leavers
Promote training
and training
credits to
veterans via the
Listening Project
Economic Development
SHBC Officer
Completed
Supporting military
spouses in
employment
Establish an
employment
passport to use
when re-locating
To achieve the
Employers
Recognition
Scheme
Introduce Heroes
Welcome to
Shops
RMAS
April 2016
SHBC Officers
will act as a
conduit/
signposting
service for exservices
RMAS
Camberley job Club
delivering re-training
programmes and
supporting people into
work.
Listening Project
meetings with training
advisors to promote
training opportunities,
NVQs and credits.
SCC has Gold Award.
SHBC to actively seek it and
support others to follow
April 2017
SCC/SHBC
Collectively Camberley
Completed
Collectively
Camberley
Support service
leavers and
reservists in
employment
Support military and
veterans with High
Street discounts
Discussions ongoing to
enable planning and
implementation as soon
as possible.
Agreed to proceed at
SH Covenant Group
Meeting in Jan 2017.
Completed in
Camberley
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Housing Infrastructure and Environment To have safe provision for older people; Good recycling opportunities in the area; Affordable
housing built to enhance not crowd communities.
What is the local
need/priority
Agreed Action (s)
Who will do this
When will we do
this?
LEAD
PARTNER
Progress to date and
achievements
Respond to public concerns
about existing speed limits
Receive petitions at
the Local Committee
and implement
decisions.
SCC to undertake a
parking review in
Surrey Heath.
SCC
Ongoing as a
standard agenda
item.
SCC
SCC
SCC
Steps to be agreed
to change current
practices
SHBC
Works to be
implemented
SCC
Work with Surrey
Countryside and
Rural Enterprise
Forum
Evaluate existing
cycle routes and
consider further
expansion.
SCREF
Site visits for the
2015 parking
review reported to
the LAC in Oct 15.
Long-term goal.
This requires
significant changes
to current practice
A30 During 2017.
Meadows Early
2018
Ongoing
Issues discussed at
Local Committees and
implemented where
appropriate.
Recommendations
approved (except
Southern Road, Camb.).
This is an ongoing item.
Requires detailed
consideration
Review completed
Spring 2016. New
A331 cycle lane
installed Feb 2017.
SCC
Identify areas for parking
restrictions/enforcement.
Locations to be identified and
review to be carried out.
Ensure infrastructure is built
and services are available
(e.g. School places and GP’s)
before new homes are built
Review of congestion on the
A30 and Meadows gyratory
system
Support our rural communities
as outlined in the Rural
Statement for Surrey
Development of Cycle Routes
in Surrey Heath
SCC
SHBC
SCC
SCC
Recommendations
agreed and work to
commence 2017/8.
SCREF are to identify
and facilitate events
based on key rural
issues and actions
Task Group established
and new routes
identified.
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