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Another productive year for public audit in Wales
We examined the extent to which the Council is acting in accordance with the sustainable development principle when Flying Start, Families First, Early Years, Childcare and Play ensuring preventative services target the most vulnerable families in Blaenau Gwent who do not meet the criteria for a care and support plan.
This report sets out our findings from our examination of ‘developing and delivering an ambitious arts and cultural offer within Tŷ Pawb, Wrexham’s new arts and culture hub’ a step the Council is taking to meet its wellbeing objectives.
Between June and December 2018, we shadowed the Council’s leisure review by observing meetings, reviewing documents and interviewing key officers and members.
Discover trends in NHS Wales finances using our interactive data tool
We examined the extent to which the Council is acting in accordance with the sustainable development principle when promoting Growing Mid Wales nationally as the vehicle to re-invigorate the local economy, attract inward investment, and boost local employment opportunities.
An overview for the Public Accounts Committee.
Our review sought to answer the question, ‘Do the needs, experiences and aspirations of service users inform the design and delivery of services to more closely meet their needs?’ Our focus in this review was on the Council’s approach to channel shifting services online.
This report summarises the findings of our audit work in Cardiff and Vale University Health Board carried out between March and May 2018.
This report considers the progress of local planning authorities in delivering their new responsibilities and the extent to which they are acting in accordance with the sustainable development principle contained within the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015