PEOPLE are being asked to share their thoughts on the wellbeing plan in the Vale of Glamorgan.

The Vale of Glamorgan Public Services Board (PSB) is consulting on its second wellbeing plan which includes a long-term vision for the Vale and priorities for improving wellbeing.

The PSB brings together senior leaders from public and third sector organisations across the Vale of Glamorgan to work in partnership; their new well-being plan sets out three new objectives and priorities.

These are: 

  • A more resilient and greener Vale;
  • A more active and healthier Vale;
  • A more equitable and connected Vale.

The plan sets out 19 steps that partners will take over the next five years to achieve these objectives.

Leader of the council and chairwoman of the PSB, Cllr Lis Burnett, said: “We understand that the Vale of Glamorgan is a diverse area, and its communities have very different needs, aspirations, and concerns.

“It’s important to note that this plan aims to improve local wellbeing over the next five years.

“We are operating in extremely challenging times, but we will always work with our partners to ensure that we are meeting the needs of current and future generations.”

The plan follows an assessment of wellbeing in the Vale, which was published earlier this year, and public engagement over the summer.

The wellbeing sets out some of the key issues for the Vale in terms of the climate and nature emergencies. Through this plan partners are committing to working together to tackle these issues.

The PSB would like to hear from as many people as possible about whether the right priorities have been identified to help improve local wellbeing.

This consultation will run for 12 weeks – ending on January 29, 2023 – and during this period PSB partners will be meeting with key stakeholders to discuss the contents of the plan. 

People can look at the wellbeing plan and share their thoughts online at or can e-mail by no later than January 29, 2023.