Caerphilly Local Delivery Agreement (69.52 KB, PDF)

Shared Approaches to Citizen Engagement Strategy (168.45 KB, PDF)


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Caerphilly Local Service Board

Local Service Board  partner organisation
The Caerphilly Borough Local Service Board was established in July 2007, initially as one of the six pilot areas set up by the Welsh Government.

Local Services Boards are where the leaders of local public and third sector organisations come together to take collective action to ensure public services are effective and citizen focused.

Annual Report 2013 -14

Caerphilly Local Service Board is made up of representatives from:

  • Aneurin Bevan Health Board
  • Caerphilly County Borough Council
  • Gwent Association of Voluntary Organisations (GAVO)
  • Gwent Police
  • Welsh Assembly Government

The Caerphilly Local Service Board priority areas are as follows:

  • The Single Plan - The formulation and implementation of the Single Integrated Plan for Community Planning by April 2013.
  • Child Poverty - The Caerphilly county borough area has some of the poorest and most deprived communities in Wales, with resultant poverty, exacerbated by the downturn in the economy and recessionary pressures, highlighting why this is a LSB priority. 
  • Tackling Alcohol Abuse - Alcohol misuse is a major health, economic and social challenge and a problem which is damaging families and communities across the county borough. Caerphilly Local Service Board is committed to leading the way in trying hard to address this issue.

The Caerphilly borough Local Service Board is committed to adopting a citizen focused approach to service design and delivery, and to community engagement through ensuring best local outcomes.