Well-being Plan

Each Public Services Board (PSB) must prepare and publish a local Well-being Plan setting out its local objectives and the steps it proposes to meet them.

The Gwent PSB carried out its Assessment of the economic, social, environmental and cultural well-being of Gwent in 2021/22. You can read the Well-being Assessment in this link. And the PSB has been using the information from the assessment to draft its Well-being Plan to help improve the region for its residents.

The Well-being Plan must set out:

  • Why the PSB feels the objectives will contribute within Gwent to the well-being goals, and
  • How the assessment of well-being has been used in setting the objectives and the steps it will take

The Consultation on the draft Well-being plan ended on 31st December 2022 and we are now analysing the feedback. However, the draft Well-being Plan can be found in the link below:
Consultation Draft Well-being Plan for Gwent 

Following consultation the plan must be approved by the statutory members of the board.

Once published the PSB will send a copy of its Well-being plan to Welsh Ministers, the Commissioner, the Auditor General for Wales and each of the local authority’s overview and scrutiny committees.

This plan must be published no later than 12 months following an ordinary local government election. The Gwent PSB Well-being Plan must therefore be published by 5th May 2023. We will publish the final plan, on this page when it is ready.