We will publish our Local Well-being Plan for the area by May 2018.
The Local Well-being Plan will set out the local objectives we as a Board will take to improve the economic, social, cultural and environmental well-being for its area.
The publication of the Local Well-being Plan will be the culmination of work that began in April 2016, and represents our findings on what the assessment of well-being has identified as areas that pose key opportunities for collaborative working. This is where we feel the PSB can make the greatest contribution without duplicating good work already taking place within existing partnerships and organisations.
Following recent consultation on the draft Well-being Plan, we have rationalised the number of priorities according to where we thought the PSB could add most value. The priorities we have opted to take forward are:
- People – Good Mental Well-being for All Ages
- Community – Community Empowerment
- Place – Environmental Resilience
We have also committed to 4 additional principles which support the priorities –
- To address inequalities and treat everyone equally.
- To support and promote the Welsh Language.
- To support access to appropriate accommodation.
- To avoid duplication.
Although a lot of work has already taken place to get us to this point, this is only the start of the PSB’s journey. The plan will outline what it is we would like to achieve, but there is more work to be done to develop our programme of work. We would welcome your input into this as part of our ongoing conversation with our communities.
The Local Well-being Plan is currently being presented for approval to the executive boards of the statutory PSB members, with final PSB sign off of the plan taking place in April 2018.
You can view the revised Local Well-being Plan here