Agenda, decisions and minutes

Community Forum (Whitehill & Bordon, Liphook, Headley, Grayshott, Lindford & Greatham)
Tuesday, 21st October, 2014 6.30 pm

Venue: Lindford Village Hall - 35 Sycamore Road, Lindford, Bordon, GU35 0RD. View directions

Contact: Cynthia Haveron  Democratic Services Officer - 01730 234092

Items
No. Item

8.

Apologies for Absence

To receive and record apologies for absence.

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Councillors F Cowper, P Drury,

Z Faddy, R Millard and C Wherrell.

9.

Chairman's Announcements

Minutes:

The Chairman announced that

 

(i)           She had agreed that item 7 on the agenda Developer Contributions: Whitehill would be considered as item 5; and

 

(ii)          East Hampshire District Council was calling for new councillors with the desire to change their world and the business sense to make it happen.

The campaign to recruit new councillors would begin with two drop-in meetings from 2pm on October 24 and from 6.30pm on 27 October, at the Council offices in Petersfield.

10.

Declarations of Interest

To receive and record any declarations of interest from members present in respect of any of the various matters on the agenda for this meeting.

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest.

11.

Confirmation of Minutes

Please note that it is helpful if Councillors could give advance notice, to Democratic Services, of any questions they wish to raise in respect of the Minutes.

 

Minutes of the last meeting held on 15 July 2014 previously circulated.

Minutes:

The minutes of the last meeting held on 15 July 2014 were confirmed and signed as a correct record.

12.

Developer Contributions: Whitehill pdf icon PDF 38 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Alisdair Tweddle, Developer Contributions Monitoring Officer introduced the report.

 

The application was from Whitehill Town Council for up to £9,000 for Developer Contributions for open space and recreation to fund the purchase and installation of a multi-activity sports wall within the Mill Chase Recreation Ground.

 

Following a discussion it was RESOLVED that the application for Developer Contributions for open space and recreation up to the sum of £9,000 to fund the purchase and installation of a multi-activity sports wall within the Mill Chase Recreation Ground be AGREED subject to the conditions detailed in Paragraph 5.2 of the report.

13.

Chase Community Hospital - The Future

A Panel will take questions on the future plans for Chase Community Hospital. The Panel membership will be:

 

·                    Lisa Medway, Project Manager, Chase Community Hospital;

·                    Sara Tiller, Chief Development Officer, South East Hampshire CCG

·                    Dr Anthony Leung, GP at the Badgerswood and Forest Surgeries, in Headley and Whitehill and Bordon; and

·                    Mr Tim Houghton, Chief Executive, Community First, HEH

 

FOR INFORMATION/DISCUSSION

Minutes:

The Chairman introduced Lisa Medway, Project Manager, Chase Community Hospital, Sara Tiller, Chief Development Officer, South East Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Dr Anthony Leung, GP at Badgerswood Surgery in Headley and Forest Surgery in Whitehill and Bordon and Tim Houghton, Chief Executive, Community First, Havant & East Hampshire.

 

Sara Tiller gave an overview of the last year since her previous update in October 2013. She explained that all the GP practices in the area were members of the South East Hampshire CCG. The Integrated Care Team for the area now operated out of Chase Community Hospital and the CCG had commissioned 4 beds at Wenham Holt Nursing & Residential Home in Liss. They had received positive feedback from the steering group and local people on the Integrated Care Team. The nursing home had received two visits/inspections from the CCG’s Quality Team, who were happy with the services being provided.

 

In respect of stage two of the development, this would cover the redevelopment of the interior of the hospital including improvements to the existing outpatients department, Adult Mental Health Services and altering the old wards into an area for two GP surgeries.

 

The progress of the development had been complicated by the ownership of the hospital. Since March 2014 it had been owned by NHS Property Services, who acted as the landlord of the building. The CCG did not have the statutory powers to own the estate. In addition the CCG did not have the capital allocation for estate development. The CCG had two partners, the landlord - NHS Property Services and NHS England who held the capital funding.

 

Some new processes had been developed in the last year and the consequence of this was a delay to the second stage of the programme. She and colleagues were working hard to resolve the issues that had arisen and they would continue to work to attract new services to Chase Community Hospital.

 

Any appropriate new service contract for South Eastern Hampshire now stipulated that there must be a service at Chase and this included a new Musculoskeletal Service (MSK), and Community Ophthalmology Service, which would be coming to the hospital shortly. Other services which had increased were community maternity  and the drug and alcohol service for adults.

 

She explained that the original plan had been to attract two GP surgeries to the hospital. In order to move the project forward the CCG’s Governing Body had agreed that the CCG should explore two options:

 

·                    The first was to work up a plan to develop the site with one GP surgery.

·                    The second was to investigate an option to phase the project and leave the GP Practice element until later in the development.

 

They were also now working very closely with the District and Town Councils on the regeneration work in the town, and were working with the voluntary sector to attract complementary services to be delivered out of the hospital. The voluntary sector were very keen on this model of care..

 

The Panel took  ...  view the full minutes text for item 13.

14.

Public Questions

Members of the Public are invited to ask questions on general matters affecting the local community.

 

If your question is not answered at the meting then the Democratic Services Team will try to answer your question within 10 working days of the meeting. The answer will also be included in the next agenda.

 

Minutes:

There were no public questions.