During July and August Ceredigion County Council will be running a public consultation on its overall performance and progress in delivering its Corporate Well-being Objectives.

The Council keeps its performance under continuous review.  Every year it feeds back the results on how it has performed and includes an action plan detailing how it will improve.

The table below summarises Ceredigion County Council’s services:


Highways & Highways maintenance

Social Services

Welsh Language Standards


Waste Management


Electoral Services

Planning Services

Grounds maintenance

Substance misuse

Procurements and payments

Growth and Enterprise

Parking services

Mental capacities

Benefits support, grants and assessment



Extended Support

Wellbeing Centres


Winter Maintenance

Targeted care and support

Pupil Referral Unit

Countryside Access

Emergency Response

Direct Payments Support Service

Vocational learning and skills

Food Centre Wales

Flood and Coastal Erosion

Fostering services

Community Youth work

Supporting businesses through grants

Public / Learner Transport

Residential and day care services

Parenting and family support

Complaints Handling

Customer Services


Carers and community support

Partnerships and Civil Contingencies

Modern Records and Archives

Planned Care

Employment and Training

Refugee resettlement

Civil Registration

Legal Services

Physical activity and play



Coroners Service

Human Resources and Staff Development

Trading Standards

Environmental Health

Animal Health

Community Wardens

The “Corporate Well-being Objectives” are the priority areas for improving the social, economic, environmental and cultural well-being of Ceredigion. They are:

  • Boosting the economy, supporting businesses and enabling employment
  • Creating caring and healthy communities
  • Providing the best start in life and enabling learning at all ages
  • Creating sustainable, green and well-connected communities

It is into these areas that resources will be invested. They were identified through extensive analysis of evidence including public consultation.

The Council continuously monitors a range of performance measures which support the delivery of the Corporate Well-being Objectives. The results are published throughout the financial year and are reviewed quarterly by our Performance Board.

Councillor Bryan Davies, Leader of Ceredigion County Council and Cabinet Member for Corporate Performance and Research, said: “The Stakeholder Survey is an important consultation exercise for Ceredigion. It’s the first survey that we are running to record residents’ and stakeholders’ views on Council performance and will play a vital role in monitoring well-being in Ceredigion. Your views are important to us, and I would encourage residents, businesses and other stakeholders in the County to take part and have their say.”

The consultation is open during the next two months and will close on 31st August 2023.

To access the online survey, please click on the link below: Stakeholder Survey or visit the Customer Services Hubs at your Local County Library for support and a paper copy.

If you need to get in touch with us or need information in other formats, (for example large print or Easy Read), please contact us on 01545 570881 or clic@ceredigion.gov.uk.