STP partners on the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Plan [June 2016]

Who we are

The Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Sustainability and Transformation Partnership includes all the NHS organisations and local councils across the city and county.


We have also been working with a wider group of representatives from other organisations such as the independent patient champion HealthWatch, the Local Medical Committee and the community and voluntary sector to shape our Plan.

The STP - Our Local Plan

Every area of the country has been asked to produce a sustainability and transformation plan (STP) looking at how local organisations will work together, over the next five years, to improve care, health and wellbeing for people in their area.


Our local plan was published in 2016, and covers Nottingham and Nottinghamshire - a population of slightly more than one million.

STP summary guide

Alongside our full STP detailing our local plans to improve health and care, we have produced a summary guide called ‘A healthier future for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire’.


The summary outlines our local challenges as well as five priority areas and the changes and improvements people can expect over the next five years.


Update to five-year health and social care plan published following public feedback

26 July 2017

Update published to joint, five-year Plan for health and social care in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire – ‘advanced’ in their five year planning for health and social care

21 July 2017

NHS England has today announced new ratings for the Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships in England.

Publication of feedback on the draft STP

9 June 2017

We have now published our report based on feedback from the public and stakeholders on our draft STP.

Click the map below to see the area in detail.