Consultations and Public Engagement

Consultations and public engagement exercises are central to putting City & Hackney residents at the heart of their health and social services.

We want you to be involved in decisions which determine how healthcare is commissioned by City & Hackney CCG.

We actively encourage patients, residents, and community organisations to take part and contribute to our work.

Taking part in consultations and public engagement exercises are an important way to have your say on issues that affect you.

Stik NHS

The CCG and Stik (a local street artist) worked together to create an impression of the NHS. This particular piece of art can be seen outside Well Street Surgery.

Local engagement and consultations 

Details of local NHS consultations and surveys will be made available below.  

What do you do if you, or someone you love, need to seek urgent medical attention on the same day?

We are asking residents in north east London about what they would do if they needed medical attention on the same day. Your views will help us to understand why people choose to go to particular services and help to communicate what the residents should do this winter. You can access the flu survey here: The closing date for responses is Sunday 25 October at 9pm. 

The ELFT Carers Survey 

The ELFT Carers Survey aims to understand how the health and broader situations of carers in touch with East London Foundation Trust services have changed during the lockdown. The questions are designed to help understand how the Trust can support carers and adapt services appropriately. The survey is part of a broader piece of work on inequalities designed to build the organisation’s ability to meet needs in the context of Covid-19, the Black Lives Matter movement and other current events.

Have your say about local health and care plans

Across north east London, the East London Health and Care Partnership (ELHCP), which includes City and Hackney CCG, has been working to develop a local response to the NHS Long Term Plan. The Long Term Plan sets out an ambitious vision for the NHS over the next ten years and beyond as medicines advance, health needs change and society develops. It outlines how the NHS will give everyone the best start in life; deliver world-class care for major health problems, such as cancer and heart disease, and help people age well. 

Our Long Term Plan for northeast London is still in development and we are keen that local people, our partners and stakeholders have an opportunity to help us shape the content.

We want to hear from you on what we should do to make care better for you and your northeast London community – your ideas and feedback will help to shape the development of the Long Term Plan for north east London.

To read and comment on draft sections of our plan, please visit our website.

Public consultation on the proposed relocation of Moofields Eye Hospital (City Road) services 

Information about a consultation on a proposal to move Moorfields Eye Hospital’s services to a new location is available here. 

Estates Strategy 

Information about North East London Estates Strategy and our local Estates Strategy, as well as how to get involved is posted here. 

Local authority consultations 

London Borough of Hackney consultation page is available here. 

City of London Corporation consultation and involvement page is available here. 


National engagement and consultations

NHS England run national consultations and an involvement hub where you can find out more about participation opportunities across London and nationally. 

The Department of Health consultations on a wide range of health issues are available here: Latest Consultation News from the Department of Health