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Wrexham County Borough Council – Delivering with Less – Environmental Health Services Follow-up Review
Our review sought to answer the question: Is the Council’s environmental health service continuing to deliver its statutory obligations with fewer resources?
We examined the extent to which the Council is acting in accordance with the sustainable development principle in Early intervention and prevention to ensure that children are safe and supported.
This report summarises the findings from the audit work undertaken at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board during 2019. We did that work to carry out our responsibilities under the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2004.
This report sets out our findings from our examination of Delivering Care Services with Five Area Teams, a step Gwynedd Council is taking to meet its Well-being Objectives.
This report sets out the findings from the Auditor General’s 2019 structured assessment work at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board. As part of the audit, we made a number of audit recommendations to the Health Board which can be found here.
This report sets out our findings on the Health Board’s corporate approach to embedding the sustainable development principle and how the five ways of working have been applied through its work on ‘Healthy lifestyles – healthy weight’ (the step).
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?
This supplementary report, which should be read in conjunction with the national report on the Integrated Care Fund, sets out more detail about our findings for North Wales Regional Partnership Board.
This report in the public interest has been prepared in accordance with Section 22 of the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2004
This document presents a summary of our follow-up audit findings and makes further recommendations for improvement. The Health Board’s management response to our new recommendations is shown in Appendix1, whilst Appendix 2 contains a summary of progress against the recommendations we made in 2014.