On 1 April, when NHS East Sussex Clinical Commissioning Group made their initial decision to pause the public consultation into the future of Eastbourne Station Health Centre due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the CCG said they would review this after 30 days.
Following a thorough assessment of the situation, and in line with government guidance, the CCG have now made the decision to extend this pause for another month. This will be reviewed again again at the end of May, and people will be kept informed of next steps.
People can continue to participate in the consultation online, and all the feedback received will be retained and considered before a final decision is made, after the remainder of the public consultation concludes later in the year.
NHS Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford Clinical Commissioning Group would like to thank everyone who has already given their views about the CCGs consultation into the future of Eastbourne Station Health Centre. Continue reading
Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) would like to thank everyone who has already given their views as part of the CCGs consultation into the future of Eastbourne Station Health Centre. The consultation was launched before the Covid-19 pandemic began and this has obviously had an impact on the consultation plans. The health and safety of the public and NHS staff is the top priority so the CCG is now reviewing whether the consultation needs to be postponed and re-started later this year. Continue reading
Take part in the consultation, closing date 29 July, 2019
The draft Early Help Strategy Building Stronger Families sets out East Sussex County Council Children’s Services proposal to invest in Early Help from 2020-2023, and the proposed changes to current services.
The council’s proposal is to fund and provide Children’s Services Early Help that supports the most vulnerable families and reduces child safety concerns, within available resources.
You can share your views on the proposal by completing the survey on the East Sussex County Council Consultation Hub.
For information, please contact: 01273 336626, email@example.com.
East Sussex County Council agreed its budget for 2018/19 at its meeting on 6 February. It will see the Council make savings of £17 million. This includes a budget reduction for Adult Social Care and Health of nearly £10 million. Adult Social Care are asking for people’s views on how we are proposing to make the nearly £10 million in savings. What people tell us will help us to understand the impact and risks associated with our proposals. There may also be other ideas that we haven’t thought of. If you use services that would be affected by the proposals you can speak to your provider or contact us. Frequently asked questions will be published on the website in March and before the consultation closes in April. Have your say: www.eastsussex.gov.uk/ascsavings