North Central London’s Sustainability and Transformation Plan consultation

This consultation has now closed.

We would like to thank everyone who provided a response.

The feedback we received was considered by the NCL STP and informed the next iteration of the plan.

You can read about the results under ‘We asked, You said, We did’. We have been working with the providers and service users to inform them of the final decision and next steps.

More information about the NCL STP, including further iterations of the plan, can be found here.

Overview

We are seeking your views on North Central London’s Sustainability and Transformation Plan (NCL STP).

In December 2015, the NHS shared

We would like to thank everyone who provided a response.

The feedback we received was considered by the NCL STP and informed the next iteration of the plan.

You can read about the results under ‘We asked, You said, We did’. We have been working with the providers and service users to inform them of the final decision and next steps.

More information about the NCL STP, including further iterations of the plan, can be found here.

Overview

We are seeking your views on North Central London’s Sustainability and Transformation Plan (NCL STP).

In December 2015, the NHS shared planning guidance 16/17 – 20/21 outlined a new approach to help ensure that health and care services are built around the needs of local populations. Every health and care system (including the CCG, council and providers) has been working together to produce a multi-year Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP), showing how local services will evolve and become sustainable over the next five years – ultimately delivering the Five Year Forward View vision.

Local health and care systems have come together in STP areas with Barnet included in the North Central London sub-regional area. The health and care organisations within these geographic footprints will work together to narrow the gaps in the quality of care, their population’s health and wellbeing, and in NHS finances.

The draft plans were submitted to NHS England on the 21 October 2016 and we are seeking your views.

The full draft NCL STP is available here. We have also provided a summary version of the document here.

Why we are consulting

We want to know what residents and interested parties think of these plans at this draft stage and, in particular, of the following key parts:

  • plans to increase prevention
  • provision of care closer to home
  • children’s health
  • removal of duplicate services
  • cancer care
  • urgent and emergency care
  • mental health.

We want to hear from you about these issues and about anything else that is important to you within this plan.

We will feed your views back to the team who will produce the final published version of the plan.

The consultation report will go to the Health and Wellbeing Board and Policy and Resources Committee.

This consultation has now closed.
  • Feedback updated 5 June 2017

    about 1 year ago

    We asked

    We asked for your views on the North Central London (NCL) – which represents Camden, Haringey, Islington, Barnet and Enfield – draft Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) to NHS England.

    You said

    One response was received which overall neither agreed or disagreed with the plan / proposals.

    The respondent felt that the approach to prevention, social care, planned care and cancer were positive but raised the following concerns:

    • more clarity and information required regarding the plans
    • excuse for cutting access to high quality hospital services
    • physical illnesses should be prioritised
    • stressed the importance of high quality well managed...

    We asked

    We asked for your views on the North Central London (NCL) – which represents Camden, Haringey, Islington, Barnet and Enfield – draft Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) to NHS England.

    You said

    One response was received which overall neither agreed or disagreed with the plan / proposals.

    The respondent felt that the approach to prevention, social care, planned care and cancer were positive but raised the following concerns:

    • more clarity and information required regarding the plans
    • excuse for cutting access to high quality hospital services
    • physical illnesses should be prioritised
    • stressed the importance of high quality well managed a&e in a hospital environment
    • many people do not want services provided digitally, this is especially difficult for older people and people with sensory impairments
    • would have liked to have seen information about plans to stop providing services to people from overseas who are not entitled.

    We did

    The consultation comments, alongside feedback from consultation from other NCL boroughs, has been fed into the NCL STP process and will be considered for the next iteration of the plan.

    More information about the NCL STP, including further iterations of the plan, can be found here(External link).

    The Health and Wellbeing Board will continue to receive reports regarding the NCL STP plan and process; papers and minutes can be viewed here(External link).