The Surrey Strategic Partnership has agreed that in order to deliver real partnership benefits one of its key strategies would be to focus on the joint local delivery of services and interventions in four specific high need areas of the county known as 'Priority Places'.
'Priority Places' have been identified on the basis of national, regional and locally validated data sources, such as the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) and the ‘Heatmaps’ developed by Surrey County Council.
Four initial areas of focus have been identified. These are:
The work to deliver county-wide and local priorities and LAA targets means that these areas will be subject to multiple interventions by countywide and local partners. To prevent duplication and to maximise impact the Surrey Strategic Partnership recognises the benefits of coordinating work in these places.
For more information about 'Priority Places' please see the Surrey Priority Places Framework Document.
2010-11 Data on Priority Places
Maybury and Sheerwater
Woking Borough Council Core Strategy 5 - Priority Places
Woking Partnership - DMG Visit to Sheerwater and Maybury March 2010
Woking - 14-19 (25) Needs Analysis Summary
Spelthorne Community Plan Update 2010
Spelthorne - 14-19 (25) Needs Analysis Summary
Merstham Estate Regeneration Plan - December 2011 update
Merstham Estate Priority Place Regeneration Plan April 2010 Updated February 2011
Merstham Estate Local Intelligence Report October 2010
Merstham Priority Place Health Needs Assessment March 2011
Reigate and Banstead – 14-19 (25) Needs Analysis Summary
Westborough Strategy Monitoring Report (February 2011)
Westborough TransformIT Report Summer 2010
Guildford – 14-19 (25) Needs Analysis Summary