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Flintshire Public Services Board - draft Well-Being Plan Consultation

Flintshire draft Well-being Plan Consultation – open until 2nd February 2018

The Flintshire Public Services Board (PSB) is a partnership of public bodies working together to improve the well-being of the county.  The PSB has a membership made up of both statutory bodies and other invited organisations.  The four statutory bodies are Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, Flintshire County Council, Natural Resources Wales and North Wales Fire and Rescue Service.

The PSB has produced a draft Well-being Plan which sets out the challenges the communities of Flintshire face.  The Plan outlines how the collective work of the partnership can protect and improve the quality of life for residents, communities and businesses now and in the future.

The draft plan is an outline of what it is we would like to achieve and why. The final plan will be developed for publication next spring.

The diagrams below provide an outline of each of our five priorities. Please click on any of the diagrams if you would like to read the details of the draft plan.

If you would like to give your views on the draft Well-being Plan, please tell us what you think by clicking here. This consultation ends on 2nd February 2018.

Five Priorities 500

Community Safety

Economy and Skills

Environment

Resilient Communities

Well-being and Independent living

 

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