Adur Executive Member for Health and Wellbeing
What does this Executive Member do?
Executive Member for Health and Wellbeing: Portfolio / Terms of Reference:
Responsibility for the following delegated functions:
- Community safety anti-social behaviour management, neighbourhood disputes, safer communities.
- Community development, including cohesion and planning, fuel poverty, wellbeing hubs.
- Public health, health protection and enforcement, including Food Safety Enforcement Plan.
- Cross-cutting health issues and NHS liaison.
- Equalities and diversity.
- Children and young people, including family intervention project.
- Partnership working, with voluntary and community organisations (including the Local Strategic Partnership, grants and commissioning).
- Health and safety and civil contingencies (emergency planning), including business continuity.
- Wellbeing and development functions for culture, leisure and sport, including the cultural strategy.
- Police performance and intelligence liaison.
- Environmental protection, including noise, food hygiene, pest control, air quality.
Onward limits on delegations
The Executive Member for Health and Wellbeing may delegate to:
- An officer.
Executive Representation on Outside Bodies
Adur and Worthing Health & Wellbeing Partnership.
Adur Safer Communities Partnership.
Waves Ahead Local Strategic Partnership.
Sussex Police and Crime Panel.
Specific responsibilities and functions delegated to this Executive Member
The specific responsibilities and functions delegated to this Executive Member are set out in detail in Part 3 of the Adur District Council Constitution.
Membership - Executive Member
Reports and Decisions
Contact Democratic Services
Adur & Worthing Councils,
Worthing Town Hall,