Public Health strategy, policies and reports

Health and Wellbeing Board

Joint Health and Wellbeing Board

The Joint Health and Wellbeing Board is a partnership between Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster councils, the NHS and voluntary and community organisations.

The board is responsible for understanding and improving the health and wellbeing of residents in our boroughs. It also has to produce a Health and Wellbeing Strategy.

Health and Wellbeing Strategy Consultation 2023

The board is now consulting on the draft strategy to make sure it reflects the priorities and experiences of local people.

Draft Health and Wellbeing strategy 2023 to 2033

Have your say online by Sunday 25 June 2023

If you have any queries, or require assistance in other languages, please contact us by emailing [email protected].

We are also holding two in person drop-in sessions and an online event:

Kensington & Chelsea Health and Wellbeing Strategic Position Statement

RBKC’s Health and Wellbeing Strategy (HWBS) will expire this year. Going forward, a joint K&C and Westminster HWBS will be developed.
Owing to the pandemic, we are deferring the development of our HWBS to allow time to understand its full impact and to allow officers to concentrate on responding to the need this year. 

As such, it is proposed that RBKC retains the current joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy and uses this strategic framework to continue to plan our Health and Wellbeing needs in the borough until the new shared strategy is launched. 

This means that we will retain the above priorities to bring the greatest and fastest improvements to health and wellbeing: 
Further, detail can be found in the Kensington & Chelsea Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2016-21.

Strategy documents

Last updated: 11 May 2023