Gwynedd and Anglesey Well-Being Plan

The new Well-being of Future Generations Act (Wales) 2015 has established Public Services Boards for each local authority area to make sure that public bodies work together to create a better future for the people of Wales.

For Gwynedd and Anglesey, both Boards have decided to work together, and it is a partnership which includes the main public sector organisations in the region.

Members have developed a Well-being Plan across both counties, and are working collaboratively to realise the priorities of that plan. 

What next?

With the Well-being Plan in place, the Public Services Board has established 4 sub-groups to lead on the plan's 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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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.

What’s so good about your area? (Anglesey) More

25 November 2016

Local residents are being asked why they like where they live in a consultation being undertaken by the Gwynedd and Môn Public Service Board. They are also being asked what’s not so good and what needs to be improved in the area.


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