Have your say on the Mayor of London’s Draft Health Inequalities Strategy and help create a healthier and fairer city where healthier choices are easier for Londoners, including the most disadvantaged.
Despite having made a great deal of progress on improving health and wellbeing in recent years, health inequalities in London remain unacceptably high – the widest in England. This reduces productivity and impacts on people’s quality of life. The length of time that Londoners can expect to live in good health varies both between and within boroughs.
The Mayor’s vision is for a healthier, fairer, city, where nobody’s health suffers because of who they are or where they live. The draft strategy focuses on four “healthy” areas, children, minds, places and communities.
There are several ways to have your say, an online consultation survey or attend a drop in session at City Hall, (The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA).
For “drop-in session” information email email@example.com marking the email subject as ‘Drop-in session’
Consultation ends 30 November 2017