Bi-borough Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2023

Closed 9 Jul 2023

Opened 2 May 2023

Feedback updated 15 Nov 2023

We asked

We asked you to express your views on the draft Health and Wellbeing Strategy and its principles and ambitions through a survey and 16 engagement sessions across Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster boroughs

You said

  • Almost two-thirds of survey respondents agree with the Principles proposed in the Strategy draft.
  • Almost three-quarters of survey respondents agree with the ten Ambitions proposed
  • Survey respondents thought that the approach outlined in the Strategy will not adversely affect certain groups more than others.
  • During the engagement sessions, attendees expressed some positive thoughts around the Ambitions but they underlined missing areas or areas of improvement such as: SEND needs, poor housing, health education, mental health, seldom heard, digital exclusion and healthcare system efficiency.
  • Also, we heard attendees of the engagement sessions expressing particular interest on inclusion of seldom heard through extra support (digital inclusion etc.)
    Responses were analysed to inform and reflect your views in the Strategy delivery.

We did

Residents’ views were taken into account to inform the Strategy that launched on 5 October with particular focus on young people, inequalities and involving communities as raised in this consultation.

Results updated 11 Oct 2023

Full report of findings attached.



The Joint Health and Wellbeing Board 

The Joint Health and Wellbeing Board is a well established partnership in Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster between our local authorities, NHS and Voluntary and Community organisations. The Board is responsible for understanding and improving the health and wellbeing of residents in our boroughs. We are committed to reducing health inequalities through integrated working.

The Board has a responsibility to write and deliver a Health and Wellbeing Strategy and is consulting on the draft strategy to make sure that it reflects the priorities and experiences of local people.

Find the full Strategy document below

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Why your views matter

The Health and Wellbeing Board is keen to hear your views to ensure that all our communities can influence the strategy.  Health inequalities affect different groups in different ways. The only way we can work towards reducing health inequalities is by making sure everyone’s views are heard.  

We are also under a legal obligation to involve the people who live or work in our areas when developing a health and wellbeing strategy. If you have any queries, or require assistance in other languages, please contact us by email at or , or if you would like to join any of our drop in sessions please register below:



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