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Progress in addressing recommendations to date has been mixed, although the environmental health service plan includes actions aimed to address outstanding recommendations.
This review assessed whether there have been any budget and staff changes within the Council’s environmental health services and the extent to which it has addressed the recommendations included in our 2014 national report.
We examined the extent to which the Council is acting in accordance with the sustainable development principle in carrying out the ‘step’ of work in partnership with Aneurin Bevan University Health Board to prevent unnecessary admissions to hospital and facilitate timely discharges.
We examined the extent to which the National Library of Wales is acting in accordance with the sustainable development principle in developing and carrying out the Unlocking Our Sound Heritage project.
We have six specific objectives to help us better perform the Biodiversity and Resilience of Ecosystems Duty in the future.
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 in relation to Education Programmes for Patients and the contribution they make to improved population health and wellbeing.
This report sets out the findings from our examination of the development of a plan for wellbeing and health in higher education, a step HEFCW is taking to meet its wellbeing objectives. The report also sets out HEFCW’s response to our findings.
We examined the extent to which Amgueddfa Cymru is acting in accordance with the Sustainable Development Principle in the development and delivery of its engagement activities.
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?