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Have your say on ‘Our vale  - Our Future’

The Vale Public Services Board (PSB) is consulting on its draft of the Well-being Plan – ‘Our Vale – Our Future’ and is asking for members of the public to share their views. 

 

  • Tuesday, 14 November 2017 11:15 AM | Vale of Glamorgan


An online survey is asking for your thoughts and you can win a £50 voucher.

 

 

Members of the PSB include the Vale of Glamorgan Council, Cardiff and Vale UHB, Natural Resources Wales, South Wales Fire and Rescue Service, Glamorgan Voluntary Services and South Wales Police.

 

 

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Partners are working together to improve social, cultural, economic and environmental well-being and to contribute to the seven national Well-being Goals for Wales.

 

 

To share your views of the draft Plan you can do the following:

  • Complete an on-line survey with a chance to win a £50 high street voucher,
  • Email your thoughts to ValePSB@valeofglamorgan.gov.uk
  • Talk to staff from the different partner organisations when they are out and about under the Let’s Talk banner across the Vale.

 

The consultation was launched at the end of September and will close on Wednesday 20 December.

 

In May this year, the PSB published its assessment of local well-being and this has informed the objectives and plan which the PSB is required to publish by May 2018, in line with its duties under the Well-being of Future Generations Act.

 

The four objectives are:

  1. To enable people to get involved, participate in their local communities and shape local servicesPSB Logo
  2. To reduce poverty and tackle inequalities linked to deprivation
  3. To give children the best start in life
  4. To protect, enhance and value the environment

 

The Plan includes a vision for the Vale in 2050 and the first steps which partners will take to achieve their objectives and deliver the vision for the future.

 

Take a look at the website for more information on the PSB.

 

For more information on the Well-being of Future Generations Act, visit http://gov.wales/topics/people-and-communities/people/future-generations-act/?lang=en