Issue - meetings
Flintshire Public Services Board: Well-being Plan for Flintshire 2017-2023 - Mid Year Review
Meeting: 18/12/2018 - Cabinet (Item 275)
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As detailed in the recommendation.
The Chief Executive introduced the Flintshire Public Services Board: Well-being Plan for Flintshire 2017-2023 – Mid Year Review report which provided an overview of the work of the Board following adoption of the Well-being Plan in April 2018.
The report demonstrated that good progress against the delivery of the priorities within the Well-being Plan had been made and partnership working across the organisations remained strong.
When published in May 2018 there were five priority areas within the Plan which were:
· Community Safety;
· Economy and Skills;
· Healthy and Independent Living; and
· Resilient Communities.
For this year, the Public Services Board (PSB) had decided to concentrate on four of the five agreed priorities with the Economy and Skills priority to be put on hold pending clearer regional direction on the Growth Deal and Regional Economic Planning by Welsh Government (WG). The theme would be renewed in the next annual planning phase of the PSB.
Councillor Shotton welcomed the positive report which focused on social values and working together. He commented on the thanks given at a recent Overview and Scrutiny Committee where Councillor Paul Johnson paid tribute to the work that had been undertaken in the Holway on community development.
That Cabinet be assured of the level of progress that Flintshire Public Services Board has made to date.