For the past few years DueEast has been involved in a number of community consultations to identify what local residents feel about their area, what they like about it, what they do not like about it, and what they would like to see happening here.

All this information has been gathered together and is presented here as a draft Action Plan. It has identified what we want to do, and how we are going to do it, presented under a number of common themes. Once finalised this information, plus more details of who is going to be involved in this delivery will be produced in a booklet that will identify the target workload for DueEast over the next few years.

Read more: Towards a Neighbourhood Action Plan.

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We wrote to you a little while ago to tell you that the company that runs your GP surgery is not going to do that anymore. The company is called The Practice Group.  

The Practice Whitehawk Road will carry on being your GP surgery until Wednesday 30th November 2016.

30th November
Then The Practice Whitehawk Road will close for good.

Read more: important information in it about your GP surgery – The Practice Whitehawk Road

Notes of a meeting of DueEast Neighbourhood Council Held at Whitehawk Library on Wednesday 23rd March 2016
Present : Residents : Chris El Shabba, Anne Glow, Patrick Mckenna, Angela Kinrade, Christian Sant, Sandra Frape, Iain Ramage, Doris Connaway , Tony Martin, James ( from Bristol estate ) , Lynne Bennett, Liam Slade, Linda Miller , Bernd Sass, Charlie , Lenny Doherty. Visitors : Cllr Warren Morgan ( Leader of the City Council and ward councillor) , Christa Beesley ( Clinical Lead CCG ) , Richard Beard ( BSUH 3T’s project lead ) , Jane Lodge ( Patient Engagement Manager – CCG ) , Ben Miles ( Project manager City council lead on Whitehawk Hub project ) , Sam Warren – City council communities team , Richard Longrigg ( Development Manager, Macmillan Cancer Support ) , Harriet Knights ( City Council public health team) , Gary Collins ( fire service, community safety team ) , Peter Sutcliffe ( Trust for Developing communities ) , 2 residents from bevendean.
1.County Hospital 3 T’s Development Project 2016-2024

Read more: meeting of DueEast Neighbourhood Council 23rd March 2016