Cardiff’s Public Services Board (Cardiff PSB) brings together the city’s public service leadership and decision-makers to improve the economic, social, environmental and cultural well-being of Cardiff by strengthening joint working across the city’s public services.
The members of the Cardiff PSB are as follows:
- Cllr Huw Thomas (Chair), Leader of Cardiff Council
- Paul Orders, Chief Executive, Cardiff Council
- Charles Janczewski, Interim Chair of Cardiff & Vale University Health Board
- Len Richards, Chief Executive, Cardiff & Vale University Health Board
- Fiona Kinghorn, Executive Director Public Health, Cardiff & Vale University Health Board
- Abigail Harris, Director of Planning, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
- Huw Jakeway, Chief Fire Officer, South Wales Fire and Rescue
- Gareth O’Shea, Executive Director for Operations Natural Resources Wales.
- Sheila Hendrickson-Brown, Chief Executive, C3SC
- Jo Salway, Head of Cabinet Office, Welsh Government
- Matt Jukes, Chief Constable of South Wales Police
- Mark Brace, Assistant Police and Crime Commissioner
- Hannah Williams, Local Delivery Unit Lead, Wales National Probation Service
As required by the Well-being of Future Generations Act, PSBs have a duty to carry out a local well-being assessment and to produce a local well-being plan setting out well-being objectives that will contribute to achieving the Welsh Government’s 7 well-being goals.
Terms of Reference
The purpose of the Cardiff Public Services Board is to work collaboratively across organisational boundaries to achieve better outcomes for the citizens of Cardiff and the wider region.