Supporting local planning

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Various national initiatives encourage better local planning. We work with you and national bodies to ensure they deliver what's needed for the NHS and its partners.

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Growing local economies

A unique initiative to help you build partnerships with your local economy to drive lasting improvements in local public services.

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Five issues to consider when developing STPs

Practical considerations for developing sustainability and transformation plans (STPs) and resources to help the development process.

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Planning for transformation

Information and resources to help you with the 2016/17 planning process and to keep track of key milestones.

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Better Care Fund

A summary of the key changes to the second phase of the BCF.

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Working with local authorities

Supporting you to work closely with local authorities to help commission and provide a range of services for local communities.

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Supporting health and wellbeing boards

First-hand insights and first-rate resources on developing health and wellbeing boards.

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