Published in March 2017, Cardiff’s Local Well-being Assessment provides an analysis of Cardiff’s social, economic, environmental and cultural well-being and identifies the key opportunities and challenges facing Cardiff as the city grows.
The assessment provides the basis for developing a local well-being plan to manage Cardiff’s growth and its impacts in a sustainable and resilient way.
It comprises of
- Summary Document providing the context for the development of the Assessment and highlighting some of its main findings
- Cardiff’s Liveable City Report 2017 which gives an overview of Cardiff’s well-being.
- Neighbourhood Well-being Assessments which looks in more detail at the well-being of each of Cardiff’s six neighbourhood partnership areas, in order to highlight some of the differences between the city’s communities
The evidence base used to inform Cardiff’s Well-being Assessment, includes:
- The 46 National Indicators for well-being (where data was available);
- Ask Cardiff survey indicators; and
- Indicators recommended by Public Services Board partners and other stakeholders.
The following additional data sources and reviews were also taken into account:
- Ask Cardiff Survey 2016
- Climate change risk assessment for Wales
- Natural Resources Wales (NRW) Area statement
- Childcare sufficiency assessment
- Nursery Provision
- Play Sufficiency Assessment
- Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014 Population Needs Assessment
- Crime and Disorder Act 1998 – Strategic assessments
- Local Development Plan
- Welsh Government Future Trends Report
- 2015 What Matters Strategic Needs Assessment