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Public Services Board

Local Well-being Plan

The Welsh Government passed a new law in 2015 called the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act.  The Act requires a Public Services Board to be set up in each local authority area in Wales. 

The Neath Port Talbot Public Services Board is a partnership of local public and voluntary organisations from across the area, including:

 Statutory partners:

  • Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council
  • Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board
  • Mid and West Wales Fire
  • National Resources Wales

Invited participants:

NPT Council for Voluntary Service Higher Education Funding Council for Wales
South Wales Police  University of Wales Trinity St David
Tai Tarian Welsh Government
National Probation Service   Public Health Wales
Wales Community Rehabilitation Company Community Councils & Town Councils
Job Centre Plus Police & Crime Commissioner
NPT Group of Colleges  

In line with the Act, the Board assessed the social, economic, environmental and cultural state of well-being across the area.  To understand how well-being could be affected, we collected a large amount of information about the strengths of people and communities and described the challenges and opportunities Neath Port Talbot faces now and in the future.  This information was used in the Well-being Assessment, which was published in May 2017.

Read it here

During the assessment you told us:

‘Well-being is: “Living your life with health and happiness”

The Well-being Assessment will now inform the priorities the Public Services Board sets out in their local Well-being Plan which the Act says must be published before May 2018.                               
We have just started drafting a Well-being Plan and would like to work with you to develop the final version and improve well-being in Neath Port Talbot now and in the future. 

Downloads
File type Document File size
docx Well Being Plan 2018-2023 997 KB

For more information about the Public Services Board please visit the website: www.nptpsb.org.uk ring: 01639 763677 or e-mail: psb@npt.gov.uk