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Draft Local Well-being Plan: have your say

Every 5 years Swansea Public Services Board develops a Local Well-being Plan. This sets out objectives and steps that are used to guide our actions each year.

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Swansea Public Services Board is a partnership where the public, private and third sectors work together to improve quality of life in Swansea both now and for future generations.

Every 5 years Swansea Public Services Board develops a Local Well-being Plan. This sets out objectives and steps that are used to guide our actions each year. 

In 2018, to focus on the long term we looked at how organisations could work better together to improve well-being in a generation by 2040. Our Local Assessment of Well-being in 2022 looked at all the research and what local people thought about improving well-being for the long term. You can read about this work on www.swansea.gov.uk/psbassessment2022.

Although so much has changed as a result of the pandemic, Brexit, war in Ukraine, the emergence of the real effects of climate change, the nature emergency and the cost of living crisis, our broad objectives still appear to summarise the long term outcomes needed.

Continuing to deliver on our existing 2040 objectives will enable us to continue to focus on how and what actions we take at a delivery level. You can read the draft plan here:

Draft Local Well-being Plan (Word doc) [4MB]

We have made good progress but there is a long way to go, so please help by feeding into the plan and helping generate specific ideas of how Swansea Public Services can work together to help improve Swansea's well-being.

Please take a few minutes to complete this short survey.

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