Hillingdon’s Wellbeing Board is a multi-agency group. It aims to make Hillingdon ‘A borough with excellent health, social care and housing, where all residents can enjoy fulfilling and happy lives.’
About the theme group
The purpose of the Wellbeing Board is to provide leadership and direction across agencies that deliver services to improve the health and wellbeing of the residents in Hillingdon.
The membership of the Wellbeing Board is currently under review and will be updated shortly.
This is one of the six thematic groups of Hillingdon’s Partnership (LSP) and its members may work jointly with the LSP, particularly to address areas of work that fall under the LSP, but which also have an impact on the health and wellbeing of the residents of the borough.
As part of its work the Wellbeing Board is responsible for overseeing the impact of the local area agreement indicators, including monitoring their progress against agreed targets, and evaluating the impact of outcomes for the environment.
For details of Wellbeing Board Meetings please click here
Terms of reference
Mental health delivery group (21.95 kB)
Executive group (19.88 kB)
Housing delivery group (21.95 kB)
Long term conditions delivery group (27.36 kB)
Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2010-15 (456.81 kB)
Health and Wellbeing Terms of Reference (17.79 kB)
Draft Partnership Action Plan (108 kB)
Operational / practical arrangements
- frequency of meetings: will be agreed and updated shortly.
- the Wellbeing Board is chaired by the Joint Director of Public Health
Performance monitoring and accountability
The Wellbeing Board receives a performance monitoring report on a quarterly basis, highlighting areas of good and poor performance and areas for action.
- achievement in delivering on the relevant sustainable community strategy priority outcomes
- achievement of the LAA targets