Local Well-being assessment
The statutory guidance on the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 sets out a requirement for Public Services Boards (PSB) to publish an assessment of the state of economic, social, environmental and cultural well-being in its local area, no later than a year before it publishes its Local Well-being Plan.
Gwent Well-being Assessment
The Gwent Well-being Assessment was published on the 5 May 2022. The data in the Assessment will underpin the development of a Gwent Well-being Plan by May 2023.
Local Area Assessment
Local community well-being profiles for six areas of Newport form part of the Gwent Well-being Assessment:
- Central – Allt-yr-yn // Stow Hill // Pillgwenlly // Shaftesbury
- North – Bettws // Malpas
- North West – Rogerstone // Graig
- North East – Caerleon // Beechwood // St Julians // Victoria
- South West – Marshfield // Gaer // Tredegar Park
- East – Alway // Ringland // Lliswerry // Llanwern // Langstone
(The areas above are based on the wards in place prior to ward boundary changes agreed in 2022).
Newport Overview Community Well-being Assessment - available soon, bringing together Newport ward-level data into a single document.
As as a former PSB, One Newport published a well-being assessment for the city and 20 individual wards on 3 May 2017. View on Newport Atlas.