Living in Powys - Informing our Wellbeing Plan

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8 June 2021

Image of the Brecon BeaconsResidents across Powys are being asked to help inform the county's next well-being plan.

The 'Living in Powys' engagement exercise is launched today (Tuesday 8 June) and runs until midnight on Sunday 11 July.

The Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act, which came into force in April 2016, is about improving the social, economic, environmental, and cultural well-being of Wales. 

The Act established Public Service Boards (PSB) for each local authority area, made up of the council, the health board, the fire and rescue service and Natural Resources Wales. 

Cllr Rosemarie Harris, Chair of Powys PSB said: "Powys PSB is responsible for developing a local Well-being Assessment and Well-being Plan for the area and updating that plan every five years. 

"We are keen to hear from residents across the county to ensure that we can understand the pressures our communities are facing so that we can use the information from this engagement exercise, along with other sources of data, to inform our next well-being plan for Powys."

You can respond in the following ways:

For more information about Powys PSB and the well-being plan, please visit the Well-being in Powys web page:

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