Why are we consulting?
The Well-being of Future Generations Act (Wales) came into force in April 2015, establishing partnerships of key service providers in each local authority area in Wales. These partnerships are known as Public Services Boards (PSB) and are charged under the Act with improving the social, economic, cultural and environmental well-being of their communities.
Throughout 2016 Carmarthenshire’s PSB carried out a series of data analysis and extensive engagement and consultation in order to better understand what well-being looks like for the people and communities of Carmarthenshire. Findings from this work have been captured in the Carmarthenshire Well-Being Assessment Report which the PSB will use alongside other existing information to develop a plan for improving social, economic, cultural and environmental well-being in Carmarthenshire both now and for future generations. We want to know if you agree with our assessment of well-being and invite you to give your views via a short survey
How to get involved
Consultation findings will be used to build upon findings of the report and direct the work of the PSB going forward.
Performance, Governance and Policy Officer