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.
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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).
Cardiff’s Draft Well-being Plan was consulted on 13 October 2017 – 5 January 2018. Thank you for your views.
The final well-being plan will be published in Spring 2018.