Cardiff’s Local well-being assessment

To make Cardiff an even better place to live, work and visit we need to understand the city’s strengths and weaknesses.

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:

  • Summary Document providing the context for the development of the Assessment and highlighting some of its main findings;
  • 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:

Cardiff North 

Cardiff East 

Cardiff South East 

City & Cardiff South

Cardiff South West 

Cardiff West 

Cardiff’s Draft Well-being Plan based on this assessment is currently out for consultation. To view the plan click here and to give your views, click here.

More detail on the evidence base and sources of data used to inform Cardiff’s Well-being Assessment can be found here