Wrexham Local Service Board’s Single Integrated Plan is going before the Executive Board of Wrexham Council, where they are being asked to approve it, and have an update in a years time.
The plan is famed for being written in non-councilese and was touted as being ‘incredibly readable‘.
The Local Service Board is a partnership that brings together organisations that provide services in Wrexham. Its membership includes Wrexham Council, North Wales Police, North Wales fire Service and the Association of Voluntary Organisations, Glyndwr University, Yale College, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, Public Health Wales and the Probation Service.
The Plan has three priorities to make sure:
- Wrexham is a place where people live independently, are healthy and active.
- Wrexham is a place that is economically strong, resilient and responsible
- Wrexham is a place that is safe and inclusive.
We reported last month that the consultation results were out, and the quick turn around from then to the possible adoption is due to Welsh Government deadlines.
You can read the report to the Council here, which also contains the final version of the plan.