Recent Publications

Welcome to the Hackney and the City of London Health and Wellbeing Profiles website. This website brings together data and evidence that help to develop local priorities for policy, strategy and commissioning with an aim of improving residents’ health and reducing inequalities.

Most of the evidence here is gathered through the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) process. The JSNA is an ongoing process which helps to identify the health and wellbeing needs of the local population. It is a statutory requirement to conduct the JSNA and local authorities, the NHS, other core Hackney Health and Wellbeing Board and the City of London Health and Wellbeing Board members together contribute to the JSNA with their knowledge and expertise.

The City and Hackney JSNA process is based on the principals and objectives outlined in the City and Hackney Public Health Intelligence Strategy 2021. These include alignment with policy and commissioning cycles, hypothesis-led research, active dissemination of results increased accountability and impact evaluation.

News and Updates

News and Updates


News and Updates

  • The City of London and Hackney PNA consultation

    Closes 8th of July 2022

    The Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) supports the provision and delivery of local pharmaceutical services. It is used to find any gaps in current services or improvements that could be made to future services. The views of patients, consumers and community groups are extremely valuable in informing the PNA.


    Submit your views for the City of London PNA

    Submit your views for the Hackney PNA

  • Interactive population profiles

    City and Hackney Public Health Intelligence Team has published interactive City and Hackney population profiles where you can find some of the key information about local populations. These profiles will be expanded to include more information in the future.

  • Consultation Ends Wednesday 14th September 2022

    City of London Children & Young People’s Plan 2022-25 Public Consultation

    The City of London Corporation has launched a public consultation on its new Children & Young People’s Plan 2022-25.


    Our vision is that the City of London is a place where children and young people; feel safe, have good mental health and wellbeing, fulfil their potential, and are ready for adulthood whilst growing up with a sense of belonging to the City of London.


    The Children and Young People’s Plan 2022-25 sets out what we aim to do to ensure that children and young people, in the Square Mile, live the best lives that they can.


    We are looking to co-produce an action plan that enables us to achieve this vision, and we are asking for your views on our proposed Plan, its outcomes, priorities, and how we can best deliver them and measure their success.


    You can view our proposals and respond to our consultation by visiting - Consultation Ends Wednesday 14th September 2022"

News and Updates