Caerphilly Delivers – Making a difference!

    18 February 2013

    Councillor Harry Andrews, Leader of Council

    Residents are being given the opportunity to help shape the future of Caerphilly county borough.

    An overarching draft strategic delivery plan has been produced by the Caerphilly Local Service Board setting out how the public, private and voluntary sector organisations will work together with communities over the next 5 years.

    Caerphilly Local Service Board would now like the views of residents, businesses and organisations within the borough on this plan.

    "Caerphilly Delivers" is a new Single Integrated Plan which will replace previous statutory strategies and plans including the Health Social Care and Wellbeing Strategy, the Children & Young People's Plan and the Community Safety Plan. It follows the statutory guidance issued by the Welsh Government.

    The Local Service Board brings together senior representatives from Caerphilly County Borough Council, Aneurin Bevan Health Board, Gwent Police, Gwent Association of Voluntary Organisations and Welsh Government and ensures partnership work is focussed on improving the quality of life for people living, working and visiting the county borough.

    Cllr Harry Andrews, Chair of the Caerphilly Local Service Board and Leader of Caerphilly County Borough Council said, "Our new strategic plan, "Caerphilly Delivers", will help us realise our vision of a county where everyone can lead healthy, fulfilled and safe lifestyles, within a vibrant economy and greener environment".

    He continued, "To ensure the success of the plan it is important for the views of residents, businesses and organisations to be heard before the plan is implemented. We want to hear the voices and opinions of the wider Caerphilly community so I would ask everyone to take the time to view the plan and complete the questionnaire. This will help us shape the document and the future of how we work together to improve the quality of life for all."

    The consultation web page which contains the relevant documentation and online survey can be found on the Caerphilly Local Service Board web page.

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