Ceredigion Public Services Board have approved and published the Ceredigion Assessment of Local Well-being 2022. This Assessment provides the evidence-base to inform the next Ceredigion Local Well-being Plan 2023-28. This Plan will set out our Well-being Objectives and work as Ceredigion Public Services Board (PSB) over the next 5 years.
Under the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015, each Public Services Board (PSB) in Wales must periodically produce and publish an Assessment of Local Well-being. Its purpose is to gain a comprehensive picture of the state of well-being of Ceredigion’s local people and communities, considered across the four pillars of well-being - economic, environmental, social and cultural factors. This includes identifying the assets, challenges and opportunities that Ceredigion’s citizens face. This is the second Assessment produced by the Ceredigion PSB since the introduction of the Act.
The consultation on the draft Assessment closed on the 28th of January 2022. Thank you to those who contributed in the development of the Assessment and to everyone who took part, through sharing their views, experiences and ideas. The PSB approved the Ceredigion Assessment of Local Well-being 2022 on the 7th of March 2022. This Assessment is the most up to date and comprehensive picture of the state of well-being of Ceredigion’s local people and communities.
The Assessment provides the evidence-base to inform Ceredigion’s Local Well-being Plan 2023-2028, which will set out how we will improve the well-being of Ceredigion and its communities over the next 5 years.
The link to the Assessment and the appendices that support the Assessment are located below. The appendices include the methodology, engagement information, data sources and gaps, and the ten Area Profiles for the communities of Ceredigion. The Area Profiles provide an overview of well-being at a community level and for Ceredigion as a whole.
- Ceredigion Assessment of Local Well-being 2022
- Ceredigion Assessment of Local Well-being 2022 - Appendices 1-12
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