Progress and Assessment

Public bodies are expected to show people they are applying sustainable development principles in their work, and how they are making progress towards achieving their well-being goals.  Public Services Boards must also demonstrate how they are meeting their well-being objectives through the steps they have taken to make incremental improvements in the well-being of communities.

Progress update

The Caerphilly We Want 2018-2023 has four high-level objectives

  • Positive change - a shared commitment to improving the way we work together
  • Positive Start - Giving our future generations the best start in life
  • Positive People - Empowering and enabling all our residents to achieve their own potential
  • Positive Places - Enabling our communities to be resilient and sustainable

The PSB has set itself areas for action and underpinning enablers that will help it meet it's well-being objectives. Each of these has an associated action plan. Progress is monitored by the PSB at its quarterly meeting on a six-monthly rotation for each delivery area.

For progress reports go to the Progress Reports page.

ANNUAL REPORT 2019-20

Caerphilly Public Services Board (PSB) are pleased to publish its second Annual Report, highlighting progress made against the ‘Caerphilly We Want 2018-2023’ Well-being Plan.  This year’s report covers a longer 16-month period, as all partners have inevitably been involved in responding to the Covid-19 pandemic.  Taking a longer timeframe has allowed the PSB to showcase some of the amazing public and community sector response to supporting communities through this public health crisis.

 

 

ANNUAL REPORT 2018-19

Caerphilly PSB has published its first Annual Report providing a progress update following the publication of The Caerphilly We Want Well-Being Plan 2018-2023 in June 2018. You can access the Annual Report here.

 

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