Issue details

The Future of Care and Support at Hillside Residential Care Home, Portesbery Road, Camberley

To make a decision regarding the future of care and support at Hillside Residential Care Home, in Camberley, Surrey. 


Decision type: Key

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Notice of proposed decision first published: 16/11/2018

Decision due: 26 Mar 2019 by Cabinet

Lead member: Cabinet Member for Adults and Public Health

Lead director: Executive Director Health, Wellbeing and Adults

Contact: Chris Hastings Email:


A decision under officer delegated powers was taken to carry out the initial consultation in October 2017 and, following legal advice, theconsultation was refreshed under officer delegated powers in December 2018.


Care home residents, their families, friends and advocates

Michael Gove MP

Care commissioners (Hampshire CC and Bracknell Forest  Council)

NHS Consultant PLD Team

NHS Community Liaison Nurse PLD

Virgin Care (dental services)

Camberley Clinic

Bayfields Opticians

Integro Pharmacy

Surrey Choices

Carwarden School (work placements)

Portesbury School (work placements)

Sainsbury’s (work placements)

Camberley BHF Shop (work placements)

Sue Ryder Shop (work placements)

Oak Farm Community School (work placements)

Surrey Care Association

Voluntary sector

Camberley Mencap

District Councillors for Camberley

Surrey Heath Borough Council

Surrey Heath Clinical Commissioning Group

Commissioners from Guildford and Waverley Clinical Commissioning Group

Upper Gordon Road GP Surgery

High Cross Church

St Mary’s Church



Surrey Coalition of Disabled People

Action for Carers

Surrey Independent Living Council

Surrey Disabled People’s Partnership


Kept informed:

·          Regulators – Care Quality Commission


A letter was sent to all stakeholders at the end of November 2017 to share with them key themes that had been raised and a workshop was held with a number of stakeholders on 11 December 2017.


Letters to update families, stakeholders and staff were also sent in March, August and November 2018.



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