Pembrokeshire Public Services Board (PSB) is consulting on its local Well-being Assessment.
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 actions it will take to improve well-being in Pembrokeshire now and in the future.
The Well-being Assessment has been informed by extensive engagement and survey work with citizens and stakeholders, and consideration of relevant information such as existing data, evidence and research.
The PSB welcomes your comments on the draft Well-being Assessment.
You can respond by completing the online response form. Alternatively you can print off the hard copy response form and return by email to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org by post to the contact details below.
The deadline for your comments is Monday 20th March 2017.
The PSB will consider all comments prior to agreeing a final Well-being Assessment at its meeting on 3rd April 2017.
If you would like any further information on the work of the PSB please go to the Public Services Board or contact:
Nick Evans, Partnership and Scrutiny Support Manager, Pembrokeshire County Council, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP