Powys 2025 - Our vision for the future
We will be an open and enterprising council, this means:
- Working with communities, residents and businesses
- Willing to look at new ways of working and delivering services
- Focussing on solutions rather than problems
By 2025 Powys will be widely recognised and a fantastic place in which to work, live and play.
We have clear priorities to deliver our vision:
- Economy: We will develop a vibrant economy
- Health and care: We will lead the way in providing effective, integrated health and care in a rural environment
- Learning and skills: We will strengthen learning and skills
- Residents and Communities: We will support our residents and communities
To successfully achieve the aspirations in Vision 2025, transformation is key. You can find out more about what we mean by this, and our plans for transformation, in the downloads below:
- Digital document: Delivering Vision 2025 - our vision for transforming Powys County Council
- PDF: - our vision for transforming Powys County Council
Vision 2025: Our Corporate Improvement Plan 2018-2023
Our Corporate Improvement Plan 2018-23 sets out the council's vision for the future of Powys and includes the well-being objectives we will focus on to help make our vision a reality. The plan has been refreshed for April 2019 onwards and updates are included within our Annual Performance Report 2019. This sets out how the council performed during 2018-19 and includes key programmes and projects we will be delivering over the next four years.
Watch our short animation for a summary of how we performed and what improvements we have planned for 2019 onwards.
This animation is also available to view by theme:
- Introduction to the report and 'The Economy'
- Health & Care
- Learning & Skills
- Residents & Communities and Making It Happen
- Looking forward to 2019/20 and beyond
For a more detailed look at our plans and performance download a pdf version of.
Our Vision and Well-being objectives show how we are contributing to a national set of goals (the 7 well-being goals) in a sustainable way. This means thinking about the longer term, involving people in planning our services, considering how we can deliver services in collaboration with others, ensuring our plans are integrated and putting resources into preventing problems occurring or getting worse.
The Future Generations Commissioner for Wales has a duty to monitor and assess the extent to which we are meeting our well-being objectives. The commissioner provided the following feedback to the council in September 2019 and we are using this feedback to update our plan for 2020 onwards.