Agenda and decisions

Health and Wellbeing Board - Thursday 26th September 2019 2.00 pm

Venue: Reception Room - Town Hall, Huddersfield. View directions

Contact: Jenny Bryce-Chan  Email:

No. Item


Membership of the Board/Apologies

This is where members who are attending as substitutes will say for whom they are attending.


Apologies were received from the following Board members: Cllr Kath Pinnock, Karen Jackson and Jacqui Gedman.


Mike Crowther attended as substitute for Karen Jackson.


Minutes of previous meeting pdf icon PDF 152 KB

To approve the minutes of the meetings of the Board held on 13 June 2019 and  25 July 2019.

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That the minutes of the meetings of the Board held on 13 June 2019 and 25 July 2019 be approved as a correct record.


Interests pdf icon PDF 22 KB

The Board Members will be asked to say if there are any items on the Agenda in which they have disclosable pecuniary interests, which would prevent them from participating in any discussion of the items or participating in any vote upon the items, or any other interest.


No Interests were declared.


Admission of the Public

Most debates take place in public. This only changes when there is a need to consider certain issues, for instance, commercially sensitive information or details concerning an individual. You will be told at this point whether there are any items on the Agenda which are to be discussed in private.


That all agenda items be considered in public session.



The Board will receive any petitions and hear any deputations from members of the public. A deputation is where up to five people can attend the meeting and make a presentation on some particular issue of concern. A member of the public can also hand in a petition at the meeting but that petition should relate to something on which the body has powers and responsibilities.


In accordance with Council Procedure Rule 10 (2), Members of the Public should provide at least 24 hours’ notice of presenting a deputation.  



No deputations or petitions were received.


Public Question Time

The Board will hear any questions from the general public.


No questions were asked.


Health Protection Board Update pdf icon PDF 354 KB

This report provides an annual overview of the current health protection activities within Kirklees, highlighting key achievements and areas for further improvement.


Contact:  Jane O’Donnell, Head of Health Protection. Tel:  01484 221000

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That the Board note the information presented in the Health Protection Board update report.


Update on the Implementation of the Kirklees Health and Well Being Plan pdf icon PDF 827 KB

This report provides an update to the Health and Wellbeing Board on progress with implementing the Kirklees Health and Wellbeing Plan and proposed steps for reviewing the implementation of the Plan; including the Kirklees Place Based Peer Review.


Contact:  Phil Longworth, Senior Manager Integrated Support. Tel: 01484 221000


That the Board:


(a)  Note the progress with implementing the Kirklees Health and Wellbeing Plan

(b)  Approve the need to update the Integrated Commissioning Strategy and the Integrated Provider Board work programme and ‘Plan on a Page


Development of the West Yorkshire and Harrogate 5 Year Strategy for Health and Care pdf icon PDF 349 KB

The purpose of this report is to present the draft narrative of the West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership Five Year Strategy and to describe the process for further developing and refining it prior to approval by the Partnership Board.


Contact:  Ian Holmes, Director, West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership and Rachael Loftus, Head of Regional Health Partnerships

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That the Board:


(a)  Provide comment and feedback on the draft 5 Year Strategy

(b)  Note the timescale and process for the further refinement and sign-off the strategy


Update on the Development of the Primary Care Networks pdf icon PDF 467 KB

The Health and Wellbeing Board has requested regular updates on the system wide development of Primary Care Networks (PCNs) in Kirklees. This report summarises the recent process of establishing PCNs in Kirklees and describes the registration process followed for the approval of the nine PCNs.


Contact:  Catherine Wormstone, Head of Primary Care Strategy and Commissioning


That the Board:


(a)  Notes the achievement of key national milestones to register and establish nine Primary Care Networks for Kirklees

(b)  Requests that a further update be provided in the new year


Journey to Outstanding

The Board will receive a presentation on the outcome of the Ofsted inspection into Children Services.


Contact:  Mel Meggs, Strategic Director for Children’s Services. Tel: 01484 221000


The Board notes the information in the presentation.


Changes to Pharmaceutical Services in Kirklees since 28/03/2018 and Publication of a Supplementary Statement to the Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment 2018-2021 pdf icon PDF 209 KB

A report (for information only) outlining change to pharmaceutical services in the Kirklees Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB) area which necessitate the publication of a Supplementary Statement alongside the 2018-2021 Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA).


Contact:  Nicola Bush, Public Health Pharmaceutical Advisor. Tel: 01484 221000.

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The Board notes the information in the report.