Gwynedd and Anglesey Well-Being Assessment

The Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 has created a Public Services Board for each local authority area in Wales to ensure that public bodies work together to create a better future for the people of Wales.

For Gwynedd and Anglesey the Board has divided the two counties into 14 smaller areas. Every five years an assessment of local well-being is published and includes detailed research on economic, social, environmental and cultural issues.

After collecting data and engaging with residents we have recently published our Well-being Assessments, which can be seen here:  

Well-being Assessments 


What next?

We will use all the information and responses we have gathered in the assessment to create a well-being plan that will inform the Board's work for the next five years.

Up until May 2023, Board will continue with the current Well-being Plan that's place.

Following publishing the current plan, the Public Services Board established 4 sub-groups to lead on the priorities. Each sub-group is led by a member of the Board, with wider members consisting of representatives from relevant Board partners.

The 4 sub-groups lead on the various fields as follows: Integrated Health and Social Care, Homes for Local People, Climate Change and the Welsh Language. At the moment, there is no sub-group leading on the priority to mitigate the effects of poverty on our communities. This is because Gwynedd Council and Isle of Anglesey County Council are already doing a lot of work in this field, and therefore rather than establishing another separate sub-group the Board will take opportunities to support that work as appropriate.

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Opportunity to comment on an assessment of well-being in your area More

02 February 2022

The people of Gwynedd and Anglesey are being encouraged to take part in a public consultation on draft documents that outline the main issues that need to be addressed in communities across the two counties.

Gwynedd and Anglesey Well-being Plan - have your say More

23 January 2018

Gwynedd and Anglesey residents are being encouraged to take part in a public consultation on a Draft Well-Being Plan that aims to improve social, economic, environmental and cultural well-being in the area.

Jobs and homes for young people - key concerns More

23 March 2017

Providing a future for our young people – this is one of the main concerns of the residents of Gwynedd and Anglesey according to a recent draft report published by the Gwynedd and Môn Public Services Board.


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