Who are we?

The Health & Wellbeing Board is the forum where representatives of the Council, NHS and Third Sector hold discussions and make decisions on the health and wellbeing of the people of Brighton & Hove. Meetings are open to the public and everyone is welcome.


Where and when is the Board meeting?

This next meeting will be held virtually via Microsoft Teams on Tuesday (10 November 2020), starting at 4.00pm.  It will last about two and a half hours.

Board meetings are also available to view on the council’s website.


What is being discussed?

There are 5 main items on the agenda


·         Presentation Covid Recovery Plan Strategy and Update on Outbreak Control Plan

·         BHCC Winter Cold Weather Plan 2020/21

·         Sussex Health and Care Partnership (SHCP) Winter Plan Update

·         Brighton Safeguarding Children Partnership, Annual Report

·         “A Good Send-off” Healthwatch, Brighton and Hove Report on end of life care














Health & Wellbeing Board

10 November 2020






Who is invited:


B&HCC Members: Shanks (Chair), Nield (Deputy Chair), Moonan (Opposition Spokesperson), Bagaeen (Group Spokesperson) and Childs

CCG Members: Dr Andrew Hodson (Deputy Chair), Lola BanJoko, Andrew Taylor and Ashley Scarff

Non-Voting Co-optees: Geoff Raw (CE - BHCC), Deb Austin (Acting Statutory Director of Children's Services), Rob Persey (Statutory Director for Adult Care), Alistair Hill (Director of Public Health), Graham Bartlett (Safeguarding Adults Board),  and David Liley (Healthwatch)




























Penny Jennings

Secretary to the Board

Democratic Services Officer01273 291065











Date of Publication - Monday, 2 November 2020






This Agenda and all accompanying reports are printed on recycled paper







Formal matters of procedure


This short formal part of the meeting is a statutory requirement of the Board





26       Declarations of substitutes and interests and exclusions



The Chair of the Board will formally ask if anyone is attending to represent another member, and if anyone has a personal and/or financial interest in anything being discussed at the meeting. The Board will then consider whether any of the discussions to be held need to be in private.





27       Minutes

7 – 16


Minutes of the meeting held on 8 September 2020 (copy attached)





28       Chair's Communications



The Chair of the Board will start the meeting with a short update on recent developments on health and wellbeing.





29       Formal Public Involvement



This is the part of the meeting when members of the public can formally ask questions of the Board or present a petition.  These need to be notified to the Board in advance of the meeting Contact the Secretary to the Board at penny.jennings@brighton-hove.gov.uk


(a) Petitions - to consider any petitions received by noon on 5 November 2020;


(b) Written Questions – to consider any written questions received by noon on 5 November 2020;


(c) Deputations – to consider any Deputations received.





30       Formal Member Involvement

17 – 18


To consider any of the following:


(a) Petitions;


(b) Written Questions (Question received from Co-optee, Chief Officer Healthwatch (copy attached);


(c) Letters;


(d) Notices of Motion





31       Presentation -Covid Recovery Plan Strategy and Update on Outbreak Control Plan



This will be a joint inter-department presentation which will provide further updates to the information provided to previous meetings and additional information as appropriate.





32       BHCC Winter Cold Weather Plan

19 – 56


Joint report of Public Health Principal, Public Health, HASC and Regulatory Services Manager (copy attached)




33       Sussex Health and Care Partnership (SHCP) Winter Plan

57 – 66


            Report of Head of Resilience Sussex CCG’s (copy attached)




34       Brighton and Hove Safeguarding Children Partnership (BHSCP) Progress Report, October 2019- March 2020

67 – 98


Report of Statutory Safeguarding Partners: Brighton and Hove City Council, Sussex Police and Clinical Commissioning Group (on behalf of “health” partners (copy attached)





35       "A Good Send Off"- Healthwatch Brighton and Hove Report on End of Life Care

99 – 104


Report of the Chief Officer, Healthwatch, Brighton and Hove (copy attached)