Consultation on the Draft Local Well-being Assessment
The Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 (the ‘Act’) places a duty on specified public bodies to work together, under a Public Services Board, to improve local well-being in their area, supporting the achievement of the seven well-being goals for Wales.
The Act also requires Public Services Boards to periodically prepare and publish an assessment of the economic, social, environmental and cultural well-being of its area. The assessment of well-being will inform the next Flintshire Well-being Plan 2023 to 2028, which will set out objectives for improving local well-being.
The Flintshire Public Services Board has drafted its local Well-being Assessment “An Assessment of Well-being in Flintshire 2022” and is now seeking comments ahead of publishing the final version.
How to get involved
This consultation is now closed (21.03.22).
There will be further opportunity to be involved in this area of work as we move into the well-being planning phase later in 2022.