One Powys Plan
A continued commitment to working in partnership
The Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act, which came into force in April 2015, is about improving the social, economic, environmental and cultural well-being of Wales. Read more
Five priorities for improvement
We are working to improve care and quality of life for people within our communities. View bulletins, stories & films about our work.
We are planning work around building stronger communities as one of our priorities for improvement.
Children & young people
We are planning work around children & young people as one of our priorities for improvement.
Transforming learning and skills
We are planning work around learning & skills as one of our priorities for improvement.
Organisations & partnerships
We are planning work around organisation & partnership development as one of our priorities for improvement.
A plan for change between all partners in the Powys Local Service Board
By producing a coherent plan our residents can find out what we're planning to do and what results they can expect to see.
The plan sets out 5 priorities for improvement that will guide the council's work until at least 2017. It describes the issues that are important to Powys people and provides a clear picture of how we will work with our partners to tackle them.
Who is involved?
The Powys Local Service Board was established in April 2009 and brings together the leaders of:
- Powys County Council
- Powys teaching Health Board
- Dyfed Powys Police
- Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Commissioner
- Powys Association of Voluntary Organisations
- a representative of the Welsh Government.
The Powys Local Service Board has a number of key functions:-
- Developing the long term vision and priorities for Powys (One Powys Plan)
- Providing leadership and direction
- Tackling specific crosscutting issues which cannot be resolved through other existing mechanisms