The Well-being Assessment is a statutory requirement under the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015, and its purpose is to set out what is important to people and communities in Pembrokeshire in terms of well-being.
The findings from the Well-being Assessment will be used by the PSB to identify and plan the collective actions it will take to improve well-being in Pembrokeshire now and in the future.
Pembrokeshire’s second Well-being Assessment is now complete, following approval from the PSB in March. The Assessment has looked at the key issues for people and communities in Pembrokeshire through analysis of key data, information sources and research, engagement with citizens and stakeholders, and consideration of future trends. An Executive Summary has also been produced, which provides a snapshot of the main findings.
The PSB is required to produce its next Well-being Plan by May 2023. The Well-being Assessment is an important part of this process and will provide the evidence base for the PSB to identify and prioritise actions for the next Well-being Plan.
Once engagement starts on the next Well-being Plan you will be able to get involved through: Have Your Say