Public Service Boards
We welcome our duties under the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015.
In adopting the duties set out within the Act, we have challenged ourselves to develop new ways of working, without compromising the service we provide.
As part of the Act we are a statutory partner of six Public Service Boards. Many of our proposed activities are interrelated and will be delivered in partnership with the members of these Public Service Boards.
Please click on the links below to find out more about the Public Service Boards on which we are Statutory Partners.
Carmarthenshire Public Service Boards
I am pleased to confirm that the Well-being Assessment is now out for consultation and is available here. We have circulated the assessment to the statutory consultees and these include the Commissioner, our wider ‘other partners’ on the PSB, the scrutiny committee for the PSB, to CAVS for circulation to voluntary organisations, town and community councils, local businesses and trade unions.
We also need to consult with any other persons interested in the improvement of the area's economic, social, environmental and cultural well-being and would be grateful if you could please disseminate the consultation on the Well-being Assessment as widely as possible to gather views or suggestions in helping to develop the new Well-being Plan for Carmarthenshire.
The deadline for responses to the consultation is March 3rd 2017.
Ceredigion Public Service Board
Click here to get involved in the Ceredigion Well-being Survey
Neath Port Talbot Public Service Board
Pembrokeshire Public Service Board
Powys Public Service Board
Swansea Public Service Board
Click here to get involved in the Swansea Well-being Survey