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Powys Public Service Board Well-being Plan Published

Powys Public Service Board Logo in front of an image of Lake Vyrnwy

14 June 2023

Powys Public Service Board Logo in front of an image of Lake Vyrnwy
The new Powys Well-being Plan has been published on the Council's website today (Wednesday 14 June).

The Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015, requires all Public Service Boards (PSBs) across Wales to prepare a local Well-being plan setting out plans to improve the social, economic, environmental, and cultural well-being of our communities.

Powys PSB is responsible for developing the local Well-being Plan for the area to help the residents of Powys achieve their well-being goals. To achieve the ambition of a "Fair, Healthy and Sustainable Powys", the objectives below have been set as the core aims of the plan:

  • People in Powys will live happy, healthy, and safe lives
  • Powys is a county of sustainable places and communities
  • An increasingly effective Public Service for the people of Powys

Councillor James Gibson-Watt, Leader of Powys County Council and Chair of Powys PSB, said: "I am pleased to announce the publication of the new Powys Well-being Plan.

"Thank you to everyone that has been involved and had their say during the various engagement exercises and consultations over the past two years.

"Your input has ensured the new plan meets the current needs of the people of Powys, to improve well-being across the county, whilst also thinking ahead to the potential needs and wishes of future generations."

The Well-being Plan is now available at: