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Spatial planning for health (discontinued)

Spatial planning for health: local authorities and primary care trusts (This guidance has been discontinued)

Status: History
Expected date of issue: TBC
Process: PHP
Notes:

Important information
Following the publication of its Public Health White Paper, Healthy Lives, Healthy People, the Department of Health has confirmed that NICE will continue to develop authoritative, independent public health advice which contributes to the promotion of health and the prevention of ill health.

NICE will continue with much of its current work programme, but Ministers feel that this topic previously referred to NICE is not appropriate for NICE guidance and should therefore be removed from the NICE work programme.  NICE will continue to make available the work done so far on these discontinued topics.

All event dates marked as 'TBC' on discontinued guidance will now no longer take place.

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NICE project team

Executive Lead: Andrew Dillon
Director: Mike Kelly
Associate Director: Jane Huntley
Lead Analyst: Amanda Killoran
Health Economist: Alastair Fischer
Project Manager: Patricia Mountain
Coordinator: Melinda Kay
Communications Lead: Paul Cooney
Implementation Lead: Denise Woods
Public involvement Lead: Barbara Meredith
Review Team: WHO Collaborating Centre for Healthy cities and Urban Policy at the University of the West of England, Bristol
Project Email Address: SpatialPlanning@nice.org.uk
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Provisional schedule

Consultation on draft scope by stakeholders: 16th April 2009 to 15th May 2009
Meeting with stakeholder organisations: 26 April 2009
Final scope published: September 2009
Consultation on draft guidance: TBC
Expected date of issue: TBC
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Stakeholders

Spatial planning for health: list of registered stakeholders

National organisations wishing to register as a stakeholder can do so via the link below.

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Project history

Date Update
16 June 2009 Due to staff changes at West Midlands Collaborating Centre, it has been mutually agreed that the contract between the collaborating centre and the Centre for Public Health Excellence will be terminated. Therefore NICE has decided to postpone the start of the spatial planning programme until November 2009.
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Key documents

This page was last updated: 14 June 2011

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