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Public Service Boards

The Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 established Public Services Boards (PSBs) for each local authority area in Wales. Each board must carry out a well-being assessment and publish an annual local well-being plan. The plan sets out how they will meet their responsibilities under the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act and improve joint working across all public services in each local authority area in Wales.

The statutory members of each PSB must include:

  • The Local Authority
  • The Local Health Board
  • The Welsh Fire and Rescue Authority
  • Natural Resources Wales

In addition, the following are invited to participate:

  • Welsh Ministers
  • Chief Constables
  • Police and Crime Commissioner
  • Probation Services
  • Voluntary Organisations

There are 19 Public Service Boards in Wales, with Swansea Bay University Health Board being statutory members of Neath Port Talbot PSB and Swansea PSB.

Further information on both PSBs can be accessed via link below:

Swansea Council

NPT Council

Please see below for the 2018/19 Annual Reports published by Neath Port Talbot PSB and Swansea PSB:

Swansea PSB Annual Report 2018-19

NPT PSB Annual Report 2018-19

 

Please follow this link to the NPT PSB 2nd Annual Report July 2020

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