Birmingham Public Health Green Paper

Closed 18 May 2019

Opened 18 Mar 2019


Birmingham City Council would like your views on the proposed Birmingham Public Health Green Paper. 

This Green Paper sets out the proposed Public Health priorities for the next four years. Our priorities have been informed by data and intelligence on the areas of need in our City.

Within the Green Paper we have set out the reasons each priority has been chosen, and the actions that we and our partners would like to take to address these priority areas and, in turn, improve the health and wellbeing of Birmingham’s population at every stage of life.

The priorities have been designed to support the shared ambition across the Council and its partners in the NHS, Police, Fire Service, Voluntary and Community Sector to improve the health and wellbeing of local people and support them to achieve their potential in life.

The four priorities align with the Council vision of Birmingham as an aspirational city to grow up in, an entrepreneurial city to live, work and invest in, a fulfilling city to age well in and a great city to live in. We also recognise in the Green Paper the shared objective that Birmingham citizens gain the maximum benefit from hosting the Commonwealth Games.

Why We Are Consulting

We are asking the people of Birmingham, strategic partners, and key agencies (including current service providers) to let us know your views on the public health priorities for the city set out in the Birmingham Public Health Green Paper.

We want to hear from you to help us reflect on whether these are the right priorities and to help shape our thinking as we look to develop a framework for action for the future.

Thank you for your time. The information you provide will be kept confidential and used only for the purposes of this consultation.


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