Local sustainability and transformation partnerships

NHS organisations and local councils developed shared proposals to improve health and care, working in 44 areas covering all of England.

Known as sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs), STPs were created to bring local health and care leaders together to plan around the long-term needs of local communities. They were drawn up by senior figures from different parts of the local health and care system, following discussion with staff, patients and others in the communities they serve.

A number of these partnerships have now grown into integrated care systems and it is expected that by April 2021 every STP will become one.

Find out more about each sustainability and transformation partnership, including information on the plans which were published by each area in 2016:


North

Find out more about the STPs in the north region:

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Midlands and East

Find out more about the STPs in the Midlands and East region:

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London

Find out more about the STPs in the London region:

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South West

Find out more about the STPs in the South West region:

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South East

Find out more about the STPs in the South East region:

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