Well-being objectives 2017 - 18

Following consultation, we drafted a set of Well-being/Improvement Objectives.  These were  approved at County Council on 8th March 2017. We usually publish our Improvement Objectives with evidence including but by no means limited to performance indicators and targets in order to monitor their delivery. However, this year we have incorporated our Improvement Objectives into our new Well-being Objectives Plan.

They were reconfirmed following the local elections in 2017 and detailed Action Plans are in place to support each Improvement/Well-being Objective. These will be monitored and reported on through our Performance Management Framework. The Annual Report for 2018 – 19 will show the progress we have made in meeting these Objectives.

Well being objectives 2017 – 18

  1. Help to give every child the best start in life and improve their early life experiences
  2. Help children live healthy lifestyles
  3. Continue to improve learner attainment for all
  4. Reduce the number of young adults that are Not in Education, Employment or Training
  5. Tackle poverty by doing all we can to prevent it, help people into work and improve the lives of those living in poverty
  6. Create more jobs and growth throughout the county
  7. Increase the availability of rented and affordable homes
  8. Help people live healthy lives (tackling risky behaviour and obesity)
  9. Support good connections with friends, family and safer communities
  10. Support the growing numbers of older people to maintain dignity and independence in their later years
  11. A Council-wide approach to support Ageing Well in the County
  12. Look after the environment now and for the future
  13. Improve the highway and transport infrastructure and connectivity
  14. Promote Welsh Language and Culture

Page updated on: 29/01/2018