Whole Place Plan 2015 : 2030

2018 Review

We are now into the third year of the Whole Place Plan’s delivery and are using this moment to ask how we are doing and what are the current issues and ideas for where you live. You can take part by attending a public consultation, completing a short survey or contacting our Community Development Officer directly. You can complete the survey by clicking this link. By completing the survey you will have the opportunity to enter a prize draw for one x £50 and two x £25 in Amazon vouchers. The draw will take place on 19 September.

Click here to view the Llanelli Rural Area Whole Place Plan 2015 – 2030

The public consultations will be held on: 24 April, 2018 – Dafen Church Hall; 25 April, 2018 – Soar Chapel Bynea; 26 April, 2018 – Five Roads Hall; 2 May, 2018 – Bethlehem Vestry Pwll.

Background. The Whole Place Plan is a result of a series of consultations done within the community at the beginning of 2015. We engaged in nine community workshops over the rural area, conducted an online survey and also quizzed a number of large local employers located in the area. In the community workshops, local people were asked to identify key local issues and ideas to address and then prioritise these as a group. The Whole Place Plan has captured this information for each ward and has set out a number of interventions that can help address the issues raised into positive actions which is in-keeping with the new Well-being of Future Generations Act (Wales) 2015.

What is “Whole Place”? It is a way of helping everyone work together to improve the lives of our local population, through its sustainable development. It intends to represent the needs of its communities and take responsibility in organising a co-ordinated response to meeting these needs.

What can the Whole Place Plan achieve?

  • Highlights local issues important to you
  • Prioritises actions / ideas
  • Whole area interventions that tackle common concerns
  • Provide evidence for funding applications
  • Promotes & encourages partnership working
  • Prompt community action