Public Services Board

The Caerphilly Public Services Board brings public bodies together to work to improve the economic, social, environmental and cultural well-being of Caerphilly County Borough. They are responsible, under the Wellbeing of Future Generations (Wales) Act, for overseeing the development of the new Local Wellbeing Plan.

Each of the five PSBs : Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouth, Newport, Torfaen have agreed to disband their local Public Service Boards (PSBs) and form a regional Gwent PSB from September 2021. This was discussed in item 2 of the last Caerphilly PSB meeting on 24th June – you can read the relevant papers here

Although the Caerphilly PSB has dissolved in favour of the creation of a Gwent PSB, there are still two years left to run on the current well-being plan. We will continue to complete these actions and Performance updates will be posted on the Caerphilly PSB website which will remain in existence until the end of the current well-being plan. Local authority scrutiny of delivery will also continue until the 2018-2023 plan is completed.

Caerphilly County Borough Council hosted the first meeting of the Gwent PSB on 1st October 2021 and will provide the coordination role for the first 2-years when another partner of the Gwent PSB will take over. The papers from the first meeting of the Gwent PSB can be found here

We have developed a new Gwent PSB website and you can access this here