Well-being Plan Front Cover (part)

Well-being Plan 2018-23

One Newport’s Well-being Plan was published on 1st May 2018 and revised during 2021.  The Plan outlines One Newport’s Well-being Objectives, and the Steps and actions we are taking to deliver them.  The Plan runs until April 2023.

Newport Well-being Plan 2018-23_EN - Revised Aug 2021 (pdf)

Newport Well-being Plan 2018-23_CY - Revised Aug 2021 (pdf)

Well-being Plan Easy Read Summary (pdf)

Well-being Plan Animation Video - English  /  Cymraeg

The original version of the plan, published in 2018, are available: English (original) (pdf) // Cymraeg (original) (pdf)

New Well-being Plan for Gwent

In May 2033, the Newport Well-being Plan will be replaced by a Gwent Well-being Plan, which will be published by the Gwent Public Services Board.  For further information visit the Gwent PSB website.  A Local Action Plan will deliver the Gwent Well-being Plan in Newport.

Well-being Objectives

One Newport’s Well-being Objectives are:

        1. Everyone feels good about living, working, visiting and investing in our unique city.
      1. Everyone has the skills and opportunities they need to develop, prosper and contribute to a thriving, sustainable city.
      2. Everyone belongs to resilient, friendly, connected communities and feels confident and empowered to improve their well-being.
      3. Newport has healthy, safe and resilient environments with an integrated sustainable travel network.

Cross-cutting programmes of work

To deliver against our Well-being Objectives and priorities we have five cross-cutting interventions:

The Newport Offer

Strong Resilient Communities

Right Skills

Green and Safe Spaces

Sustainable Travel

Progress made against the interventions can be viewed here.

Supporting documents

The development of the plan was supported by the following documents:

Community Well-being Profile

Choosing Emerging Priorities

RA1 - Understanding Outcomes

RA2-3 - Linking Interventions to Outcomes

Family walking in sun

Cyclists on Riverfront Cycle Route - Transporter Bridge