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County Voice: September 2022

Draft Conwy a Sir Ddinbych Well-being Plan – Tell us what you think!

Conwy & Denbighshire Public Services Board (PSB) have produced a draft Well-being Plan for the region and want to hear people’s views on our chosen objective and the approach we want to take.

Every 5 years, following an Assessment of Local Well-being in its area, the PSB must agree Well-being Objectives for the benefit of its communities, and the steps it proposes to take to meet them.

The document outlines the content of the PSB’s future Well-being Plan for 2023 to 2028, where the Board will focus on making Conwy and Denbighshire a more equal place with less deprivation.

This is a significant challenge, and will require all the collective resources of partners to address. We will strive to apply the sustainable development principle established under the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015, and contribute to all the national Well-being Goals.

This document provides only the outline of our plan, and it is through this consultation that we are seeking you views on the direction we are taking and the steps that we propose to take, which will then better inform a final version that we will approve in the Spring, 2023.

Click the logo (left) to see the draft Well-Being Plan and share your views. To request a paper copy please get in touch through our contact us page.  Alternatively, you can also send any comments or suggestions on the Well-being Assessment to or phone 01492 574059. 

The closing date for our survey is 9 November 2022.


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