Did you know that Cardiff has a 10-Year strategy that aims to make Cardiff the most liveable city in Europe?
Cardiff’s What Matters strategy aims to improve the quality of life of communities and citizens by making a difference to help ensure that:
• People in Cardiff are healthy;
• People in Cardiff have a clean, attractive and sustainable environment;
• People in Cardiff are safe and feel safe;
• Cardiff has a thriving and prosperous economy;
• People in Cardiff achieve their full potential;
• Cardiff is a great place to live, work and play; and
• Cardiff is a fair, just and inclusive society.
The work to deliver the strategy is being taken forward by the Cardiff Partnership, which includes; the City of Cardiff Council, South Wales Police, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, South Wales Fire and Rescue Service, Natural Resources Wales, Probation Service, Cardiff Third Sector Council and the Welsh Government. All partners are doing their bit in working towards achieving these 7 outcomes as we know that we can’t make this happen on our own.
To make sure the issues which matter most to the community are being addressed, a review of the Strategy is being carried out. To this end Cardiff Partnership wants to get everyone’s views about what they think about Cardiff, what problems need to be tackled and, importantly, how can we make things better.
To start the conversation, a series of interviews is being undertaken with leaders from across the city’s key organisations, and the Partnership would like to know what YOU would like them to be asked.
Next up is Maria Battle, Chair of Cardiff and Vale University Health Board. Focussing on how to make sure that ‘People in Cardiff are healthy’, we want to hear what matters to you.
Do you have a question that you would like Maria to answer?
Questions need to be submitted by Friday 28th August to [email protected]