The Wrexham We Want

The Wrexham We Want

Why are we doing this?: 

We've been working on a plan that we hope will shape the present and future of the county borough of Wrexham.

It's really important we get it right. That's why we've worked hard to involve you every step of the way, and now it’s time to ask for your views on the plan that we’ve drafted. 

What do we want to know?: 

There are lots of plans. Does Wrexham really need another one? 

Well, yes. The Wrexham We Want is about creating a place where we all want to live - both now, and in the future. 

Along with the rest of the UK, we're facing some big challenges in Wales. Things like poverty, economic issues, an ageing population and climate change. 

So the Well-Being of Future Generations (Wales) Act is a new law that aims to get public services and communities working together to tackle these challenges and improve the long-term future of Wales. 

It covers things like employment, the environment, health, equalities, communities, culture, Welsh language, and our impact around the world. 

Making it happen 

Wrexham Public Services Board (Wrexham PSB) is the driving force behind this plan. 

We're a partnership made up of lots of organisations that provide services across the County Borough. For example health services, fire and rescue services, Natural Resources Wales, the Council, the police, probation services, Glyndwr University, Coleg Cambria, AVOW and Welsh Government. 

We want to work with local people to develop this long-term plan for Wrexham, and help put the Future Generations Act into practice. 

The consultation starts on Tuesday 10th October 2017 and the closing date for responses is Tuesday 2nd January 2018.

For further information about the consultation please visit the Public Service Board website -

Consultation start date 10 October 2017
Consultation end date 02 January 2018