Having undertaken a local well-being assessment to understand the city’s strengths and challenges, Cardiff’s Public Services Board has produced a Draft Local Well-being Plan – a 5 year plan to respond to the issues raised.
To access the full plan Click Here
Why do we need a well-being plan?
Cardiff is going through a period of rapid change and faces the following challenges:
- Making sure the city’s growth benefits all citizens
- Reducing the gap in outcomes between the most and least deprived
- Making sure the city’s public services and infrastructures are resilient to population growth
- Delivering excellent public services, particularly for the vulnerable, at a time of austerity.
What does it propose?
To help meet the above challenges, the plan sets out 7 areas for action (well-being objectives) and proposes what the city’s public services will do, together, to achieve them (our commitments).
We want your views!
Building strong resilient communities is at the heart of the Draft Well-being Plan. We want your views on how this plan proposes to help Cardiff meet the challenges of a rapidly growing population.
Over the next 3 months an online survey will be available and a series of events will be held in each of the six neighbourhood partnership areas across Cardiff – more details will be announced here shortly.
To complete the online survey Click Here
Paper copies of the survey will be made available at libraries and Hubs or can be requested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send completed paper copies to our freepost address:
Cardiff Research Centre
Consultation ends 5 January 2018
Your response will also help identify and shape future opportunities for people to get involved and have a say how the final plan is delivered.