Alcohol Strategy 2020 - 2025

 

The new draft of the South Gloucestershire Council Alcohol Strategy 2020-2025 is proposed to replace the South Gloucestershire Alcohol Harm Reduction Strategy 2014-17. The previous strategy intended to prevent and treat alcohol harms and the new document builds on this work. The latest strategy has been developed from the South Gloucestershire Alcohol Needs Assessment November 2019, which was created by engaging with our residents, service users and partners and reviewing local alcohol-related data and evidence. It lays foundations to develop a plan to address our local needs over the next 5 years, and for partnership working to achieve our shared aims and outcomes.

 

We are keen to receive feedback on this draft before publishing the final version. The draft strategy is open to public consultation from Friday 13th December 2019 until 21st February 2020

 

 

How to find out more and  have your say:

 

Armadillo Café, Yate – Monday 6th January 2020 at 13:00 to 15:00 (Cinema Room - 60 places: click here to book a free place)

Coniston Community Centre, Patchway – Tuesday 7th January 2020 at 10:00 - 1200 (Room 4 - 40 places: click here to book a free place)

Park Centre, Kingswood- Thursday 16th January 2020 at 10:00 - 12:00 (30 places: click here to book a free space)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Timeline

  • Opened
    13 Dec 2019 at 09:00
  • Closes
    21 Feb 2020 at 23:59

Documents

Details

Consultation Topic
  • Health services and facilities
Marking a consultation as relevant to a particular audience indicates that it may be of special relevance to people within that group. It doesn't, however, mean that other groups wont find the consultation of interest - we welcome responses from everybody.
For example, education issues may be of particular interest to Parents & Guardians, and so will be shown to people searching the system for parenting issues, but the views of others (eg: Business, Faith Groups) are also relevant.
Target Audience
  • Voluntary and community groups / organisations