Public Services Board

Public Services Board

Pembrokeshire's Public Services Board (PSB) is a statutory strategic partnership established under the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015.  The purpose of the Act is to improve the social, economic, environmental and cultural well-being of Wales.

Pembrokeshire Public Services Board is made up of representatives from a wide range of organisations which deliver public services across the County.  The Act requires that members of the PSB work together to improve well-being in Pembrokeshire by thinking more about the longer-term; working better with people, communities and each other; and looking to prevent problems before they happen.

PSB meetings are open to the public.  Dates and times of meetings to the end of November 2019 are listed below;

 

Date

 

 

Time

 

Location

Tuesday 19th February 2019          

10.00am         

Haverfordwest Fire Station

Tuesday 30th April 2019

10.00am

PLANED Offices, Narberth

Tuesday 25th June 2019

10.00am

County Hall (Room to be confirmed)

Tuesday 24th September 2019

10.00am

PCNPA Offices, Llanion Park, Pembroke Dock

Tuesday 19th November 2019

10.00am

Room to be confirmed

Tuesday 25th February 2020 

10.00am 

Port of Milford Haven Offices 

Monday 27th April 2020 

10.00am 

Venue to be confirmed 

Tuesday 23rd June 2020 

10.00am 

County Hall, Haverfordwest 

Tuesday 22nd September 2020 

10.00am 

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Offices 

Tuesday 24th November 2020 

10.00am 

PLANED Offices, Narberth 

 

Members of the public are encouraged to put forward questions for consideration by the PSB.  Please note that such questions must relate to the statutory functions or work programme of the PSB.  Questions relating to the work of individual organisations will not receive a response from the PSB but will be forwarded to the individual organisation as appropriate.  If you wish to submit a question, please contact us psb@pembrokeshire.gov.uk.

Further information on the Act can be found in .   

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