In light of the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015, the Carmarthenshire Public Services Board are currently developing a Well-Being plan for the area. It is currently at public consultation stage and is anticipated to be ready in 2018. Following initial consultations, you can view the objectives for Carmarthenshire by clicking here. These will be the subject of further engagement and consultation in the coming months – see below for update. For more information visit www.thecarmarthenshirewewant.wales
Llanelli Rural Council has a duty to work towards the National Well-being Goals (highlighted in the WFGAct), and we will also be working towards the aforementioned Well-Being plan for the region. Guidelines for Town and Community Councils are set out in the Shared Purpose Shared Future (SPSF4) guidance document which is available here.
All future developments will be reported in this part of the website.
LATEST UPDATE FROM THE CARMS PUBLIC SERVICES BOARD – 23/06/2017
#IdeasExchange – an opportunity to share your thoughts on the future of services in Carmarthenshire
We hope you can join us at one of our engagement events to give us your innovative ideas for the work that will be done by Carmarthenshire Public Services Board (PSB) over the next five years.
The PSB, which is made up of public sector organisations across the county, is running 3 engagement events in July and wants to hear from you on what the Board should focus on.
By May 2018 the PSB is required to publish a five year County Well-being Plan that will say how the PSB will work together to improve the economic, social, environmental and cultural well-being of Carmarthenshire. This is a requirement of the PSB under the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act.
The #IdeasExchange workshop will take place at the following locations between 1.30pm and 4.30pm:
- Wednesday 5 July 2017 – Lliedi Suite, Selwyn Samuel Centre, Llanelli
- Wednesday 12 July 2017 – Dynefor Bowls Club, Ammanford
- Wednesday 19 July 2017 – St Peter’s Civic Hall, Carmarthen
The PSB have already developed draft Well-being Objectives for the Plan based on the Assessment of Local Well-being. Results from the engagement campaign that was undertaken last year as well as other extensive research have been fed into the Assessment which has now been published and is available on the PSB website.
For further information on the PSB, visit our website.
Please complete the form to register for one of the events