Key organisations sign up to pledge to build a better Bromley

PUBLISHED: 13:15 04 November 2016

Partner  agencies signing up to Building a Better Bromley

Partner agencies signing up to Building a Better Bromley


The initiative is aimed at boosting outcomes for residents, businesses and visitors

Key organisations in Bromley have signed up to a series of pledges to work together to go on improving the borough.

The Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Police and Fire Services are among the bodies that are part of Building a Better Bromley, which focuses on health, safety and regeneration.

Following a public consultation last year, the council has updated and relaunched the priorities contained in the vision and strengthened links with key partner organisations to boost outcomes for residents, businesses and visitors to Bromley.

Dr Angela Bhan, chief officer for Bromley CCG, said: “By signing up to these pledges alongside other key organisations in Bromley, we expect to jointly make better use of our collective resources and expertise to ensure better health and wellbeing for the people of Bromley.

“The principles within Building a Better Bromley are already embedded in CCG priorities for this and future years, and we hope to work with Bromley Council to ensure that Building a Better Bromley is used to drive significant improvements in the way we commission and deliver good quality services for our populations.”

Police borough commander Chris Hafford added: “Bromley is one of the safest Boroughs in London but this hasn’t been achieved by chance. A strong willingness to work in partnership, across agencies and especially with our communities, has been a huge influence in achieving and maintaining this.

“Bromley is unique in many ways and the strength of our partnership is one. By committing to tackling the challenges together, we have a great opportunity to meet them and build a better Bromley.”

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