A period of not more than fifteen minutes shall be allowed for questions submitted by a member of the public who either lives or works in the area of the authority at each ordinary meeting of the Board.


Every question shall be put and answered without discussion by the Chair. The person who asked the question may ask one relevant supplementary question, which shall be put and answered without discussion.


The following written questions have been received from members of the public.


1.         Question from Adrian Attree –– Arrangemengts for Asthmatic Sufferers, St Peter’s Medical Centre, London Road, Brighton


“PHE’s COMEAP 2018 report on NO2 says, when NO2 is over 188ug/m3 ‘one quarter of people with asthma would experience a ‘clinically relevant’ increase in airway responsiveness’.  The expanding St Peters Medical Centre is in a location of high pollution.  The bus stops on London Road that serve patients are expected to exceed 188 during busy rush hours.  Therefore at these times one quarter of asthmatics who have visited the surgery and wait for a bus home will suffer an asthma attack as a direct result of their visit to the surgery. How is this being addressed?'


          Chair’s Response:



2.      Question from John Kapp – Arrangements - Addiction and Rough Sleeping


In the effort to end rough sleeping, will the Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB) suggest to the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) that they refer beggars and homeless people to SECTCo’s drop in family constellation groups to overcome their addictions?


Chair’s Response