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Well-being plan drawn up for Gwynedd and Anglesey – have your say

Adra Housing Association is urging tenants and customers to have their say on the Gwynedd and Anglesey Well-being Plan that has been drawn up to highlight priorities for public services in North West Wales for the next five years.

The Gwynedd and Anglesey Public Services Board has been set up to improve the economic, social, environmental and cultural well-being of the area, with the focus on public services working together. Each Public Services Board must prepare and publish a Well Being Plan and a consultation is now underway on the latest proposals.

The Board is asking for comments on three main priorities:  the need to mitigate the effect of poverty on the wellbeing of communities; working together to prioritise the well-being and achievements of children and young people and supporting communities to move towards Zero Net Carbon.

Sarah Schofield, Adra’s Director of Communities, said: “The consultation is very  important as it is focusses on some of the big issues that are affecting communities right across North West Wales.

“Many of these issues are already a priority for Adra and we have established some great partnerships that are working together to improve lives in our communities.

“We will be getting involved in this consultation but it’s also a great opportunity for our tenants and customers to make their voices heard. We would encourage people to go online and complete the survey by the March 6th deadline.

The full consultation document can be found at:

To fill out the questionnaire, please visit:

Gwynedd and Anglesey Public Services Board Consultation on Draft Wellbeing Plan 2023-28 (