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.

Here is our Well-being Plan for 2023-2028


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Annual Report 2022/23 More

03 November 2023

We present the Annual Report of the Gwynedd and Anglesey Public Services Board (PSB) 2022-23. This was the final year of our Well-being Plan 2018-23.

Publication of the Gwynedd and Anglesey Well-being Plan 2023-28 More

24 October 2023

Public services across Gwynedd and Anglesey have come together with the aim of working together to mitigate the effects of poverty; invest in the future of young people; to take action for the environment, among other issues.

Anglesey and Gwynedd Well-being Plan 2023 - Have your say More

20 December 2022

The Board's current well-being plan period is coming to an end, and we are keen to hear your views on our draft well-being plan for the next five years. We have a consultation on until 6th March 2023.


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