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A Healthy New Town
'where London meets the garden of England.'

Roger Gough, Chair, KCC Health and Well Being Board, Cabinet Member Education and Health Reform
Mike Gilbert, Assistant Chief Officer, Dartford, Gravesham and Swanley CCG and
Kevin McGeough, Project Director, Ebbsfleet Garden City Healthy New Town, Ebbsfleet Development Corporation
Allison Duggal, Assistant Director Public Health, Kent County Council
Lorna Hughes, Community Programme Manager, Ebbsfleet Garden City Healthy New Town Project
Sara McCafferty, Senior Programme Manager, NHS England

Ebbsfleet Garden City,
Quality of Life Baseline - 2016
Ebbsfleet Garden City Healthy New Town Delivery
A New Model of Health and care
Design a community led radical upgrade to prevention, self care and public health
Influence the design of homes and neighbourhoods to allow people to live at home for longer
Health and Care
Deliver Health and Well Being Hub for Ebbsfleet
Design a community led radical upgrade to prevention, self care and public health
Deliver Digital technologies in Primary Care
Support development of robust Business Case for a Medical Centre of Excellence
Analyse Health and Care usage data within new Garden City population
Deliver DGS CCG Strategic Priorities
Developers may not embrace the Programme
S106 Agreed
STP Voluntary Sector services Map
Business Case
Health Hub spec
STP Approval
Academic Partner
RISKS
DELIVERABLES
DECISIONS
Our focus on Community Building
Encouraging New residents to actively make the most of good quality green spaces
Community Building
Deliverables
Walking Strategy
Community
Champions

Decisions
Adoption of Walking Strategy
Lease Agreement of Healthy Lifestyle Hub

Develop a Walking and Cycling Strategy that includes water fountains, public toiles, and benches
Deliver a Stewardship Model that offers local ownership and community participation in active use of assets
Develop a Walking and Cycling Strategy that includes water fountains, public toiles, and benches
Develop a Walking and Cycling Strategy that includes water fountains, public toiles, and benches
Support the community in Northfleet to
deliver a Community led Healthy
Lifestyle Hub
Introduce a Tree Planting scheme through local schools to plant at least 100 edible trees
Identify residents to participate in digital fitness monitoring and green space usage
Deliver a programme of stakeholder engagement and community activation across the Garden City
Built Environment
Risks
High Car Parking requirements conflicts with promotion of active travel S106 Agreed – limited appetite for change
Deliverables
HNT Principles
Model Healthy Home
Model Active Play area
Support Package to Developers
HNT Principles
Model Healthy Home
Model Active Play area
Support Package to Developers
Inform Signage and Wayfinding Strategy to reflect HNT Principles – focus on Dementia and other disabilities
Review provision of play provision and deliver a model active play area
Develop a clear set of HNT Principles for the home, street, neighbourhood and workplaces to be endorsed and adopted by partners.
Improve connectivity and active travel through green corridors – reduced car use, improved air quality
Review S106 Agreements to map provision of sports, leisure and recreation
Deliver improved design of homes, streets and neighbourhoods to meet the new Ebbsfleet Garden City Healthy Homes Benchmark

Home design influenced to maximise the number of Accessibility Level 2 and deliver a pilot healthy home
A range of housing opportunities to meet local needs including vulnerable and older people
Develop a support package for developers to help them achieve Healthy Homes
Kite mark. Includes
Play Areas, Homes and Neighbourhoods
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Making it happen
25.1%
74.9%
Part Time In Employment
Full Time In Employment
Households with no central heating
3.1%
Long Term Unemployment -
per 1k of working age Pop.
Car Ownership - 1 or more Cars
or Vans in Household
Claimant count - % of working age
Pop. claiming out of work benefit
76.0%
4.5%
Reception Year Obesity
Year 6 Obesity
Deliveries to Teenage Mothers
Low birth Weight Births
11.3%
1.9%
11.3%
Healthy Eating Adults
22.0%
Diabetes Hospital Admissions
per 100k Pop.
115.1%
Reported a disability -
% limited a little / a lot
Self reported health - % in
good health
Greenspace, Domestic Gardens
or Water
74%
Buildings, Roads, Rail or Paths
16%
Population density -
people per hectare
23.1%
1.6%
p
Outcome 2
Vibrant and
inclusive City
Outcome 3
A Better Quality
of Life
Outcome 4
Accessible Blue, Green and physical environment

Outcome 5
Living in your home for longer
Our 5 Outcomes
• Reduced cost to the health service (per capita)
• Garden City citizens can manage their own
health and wellbeing, taking more control.
• Ebbsfleet Garden City delivers good access to efficient health and care services
• Garden City citizens have access to healthcare education and choice
• Improved mental health
Outcome 1
Citizens in
Control
Outcome 1 Citizens in Control
Outcome 1 Citizens in Control
• Reduced cost to the health service (per capita)
• Garden City citizens can manage their own health and wellbeing, taking more control.
• Ebbsfleet Garden City delivers good access to efficient health and care services
• Garden City citizens have access to healthcare education and choice
• Improved mental health
Outcome 1
Citizens in
Control
• Developed a long term stewardship model for communities that
are locally led and managed.
• A vibrant community with a strong civic life
• Improved mental wellbeing and resilience
• Prevention of social isolation
• Fostering a strong inclusive sense of community for everyone
Outcome 2 Vibrant and inclusive City
Outcome 2
Vibrant and
inclusive City
• Developed a long term stewardship model for communities that
are locally led and managed.
• A vibrant community with a strong civic life
• Improved mental wellbeing and resilience
• Prevention of social isolation
• Fostering a strong inclusive sense of community for everyone
Outcome 2 Vibrant and inclusive City
f
• Opportunities to eat and drink better and more healthily
• Educational opportunities
• Feeling safe
• Employment opportunities and a Healthy working environment
Outcome 3 A Better Quality of Life
• Opportunities to eat and drink better and more healthily
• Educational opportunities
• Feeling safe
• Employment opportunities and a Healthy working
environment
Outcome 3 A Better Quality of Life
Outcome 3
A Better Quality
of Life
• Becomes a centre for leisure and recreation in Kent
Outcome 4 - Creating a healthy green, blue and physical environment that
• Improves air quality
• Encourage people to become more active
• Making the best use of our topography
Outcome 4
Accessible Blue, Green and physical environment

• Becomes a centre for leisure and recreation in Kent
Outcome 4 - Creating a healthy green, blue
and physical environment that
• Improves air quality
• Encourage people to become more active
• Making the best use of our topography
• The design and location of the health hub is integral and
accessible.
Outcome 5 Living in your home for longer
• The physical design of the built environment of home
street neighbourhood and town allows people to live at
home independently for longer and(connected communities)
• The design and location of the health hub is integral and
accessible.
Outcome 5 Living in your home for longer
• The physical design of the built environment of home
street neighbourhood and town allows people to live at
home independently for longer and(connected communities)
Outcome 5
Living in your home for longer
Ebbsfleet
Garden City
Healthy
New Town
Activities
Outputs
Develop the business plan to support the delivery of a Medical Centre of Excellence
Design and deliver a new Model of Care
Negotiate with Developers to achieve our outcomes
Influence Travel Strategies and S106 Agreements
Improve Active travel through Green Corridors Project
Offer Healthy Home Quality Mark
Deliver Package of support to Developers
Establish a Stewardship Model for new green spaces
A New Model of Care
A Medical Centre of Excellence
Community facilities with strong stewardship
Improved economic prosperity
A Healthy Built Environment
Exemplar green environment
INPUT

- Steering group - Programme team and partner resources - Investment from EDC - CCG ETTF funding - KCC spend on health and social care - NHS England Programme Funding and support package - Developer network

Healthy New Town strategy
Built
Environment

Health and
Care

Community
Building

Healthy
Garden City

Sustainable
For Everyone
For Everyone
Key Milestones
Our focus on Community Building
Encouraging New residents to actively make the most of good quality green spaces
Key Milestones
Developing A New Model of Health and care delivery
Develop a garden city, 21st Century medical centre of
excellence for education, living research, and primary care
Health and Care
K
Design a community led radical upgrade to prevention, self care and public health
Influence the design of homes and neighbourhoods to allow people to live at home for longer
Deliver Health and Well Being Hub for Ebbsfleet
Design a community led radical upgrade to prevention, self care and public health
Deliver Digital technologies in Primary Care
Support development of robust Business Case for a Medical Centre of Excellence
Analyse Health and Care usage data within new Garden City population
Deliver DGS CCG Strategic Priorities
STP Voluntary Sector services Map
Business Case
Health Hub spec
STP Approval
Academic Partner
Capital and Revenue Funding
DELIVERABLES
DECISIONS
Key Milestones
Endorsed by
Dartford
Borough
Council
EDC
Framework
Implementation
Plan
– published
October 2016
Endorsed
by
Gravesham
Borough
Council

DGS CCG Five
Year Strategy
and Two Year
Operating Plan
D&G NHST OBC
NHS Five Year Forward View
Kent and
Medway STP
ETTF Funding
Kent County Council HWB Strategy
Refresh 2017
HNT
Steering
Group –
Critical
Linkages
AN INTEGRATED PROGRAMME
COMMUNICATIONS PLAN
Digital
Website page
Twitter activity
Facebook updates
Interactive online map
Film stories
Traditional
Meetings
Events
Forums
Community
Existing groups
Walking Groups
Friends of Parks
Environment Groups
Schools
Businesses
Developers
Faith Groups
Youth
Involving the whole community
Access to and lessons from NHSE Innovations including Vanguards
HNT Lifespan clarity and funding
Support needed
Dartford, Gravesham and Swanley
Clinical Commissioning Group

Thank you
Dartford, Gravesham and Swanley
Clinical Commissioning Group
Communications Key Moments
Informing Local Stakeholders through Presentations and discussions
Leigh Academies Trust
Gravesham Older
Peoples Forum
Gravesham Education
Partnership (schools)
Dartford Area
Schools Consortium
EDC Staff Briefing
Bean Residents Association
Swanscombe Lunch Clubs
September 2016
September 2016
September 2016
January 2017
October 2016
January 2017
January 2017
Involving Local Stakeholders
Swimming and Riverside
Workshop
Local Health Hub Workshop
Sport and Physical Activity Workshop
Walking and Cycling Workshop
Public Exhibition Dartford
Pubic Exhibition Gravesham
Public Exhibition Ebbsfleet
September 2016
November 2016
February 2017
October 2016
January 2017
February 2017
Communications Key Moments
National Planning Policy Framework to include requirement for a realistic update to health and care contributions at the time of detailed planning
Wider social benefits and building healthier places should be considered as integral to Value for Money assessments and land sales for public sector
HNT Communications support package, incl. brand identity for HNT
Mike Gilbert
Mike.Gilbert@nhs.net
07507 837 659
Kevin McGeough
Kevin.mcgeough@ebbsfleetdc.org.uk
7575 994 992
Risks
Ability to recruit and retain Clinical Workforce
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