In developing our new Well-being Plan it has been important to reflect on the past five years considering what we have achieved, what has worked well and the lessons that have been learnt in order to plan ahead.
In 2018 the PSB agreed four Well-being Objectives which reflected the key issues emerging from the Well-being Assessment published in 2017.
To enable people to get involved, participate in their local communities and shape local services
To reduce poverty and tackle inequalities linked to deprivation
To give children the best start in life
To protect, enhance and value our environment
Full details of what has been achieved to deliver these Objectives and relevant PSB priorities are detailed in a series of Annual Reports published by the PSB. These demonstrate how we have embedded the five ways of working and are contributing to the national well-being goals.