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City and County of Swansea – Follow-up review of corporate arrangements for the safeguarding of children
Our review sought to answer the question: Has the Council acted upon the recommendations and proposals for improvement contained in the national and local reports of the Auditor General published in 2014 and 2015?
Natural Resources Wales is consciously embedding the sustainable development principle in the design of the Area Statements.
We examined the extent to which the Health Board is applying the five ways of working through a step being taken to meet a wellbeing objective.
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.
We undertook our review at Public Health Wales during May 2019 to July 2019.
We reviewed the Health Board’s progress in responding to our previous recommendations on district nursing services.
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board – Medicines Management in Acute Hospitals – Update on Progress
We reviewed the Health Board’s progress in responding to our previous recommendations on medicines management.
This report summarises the findings from audit work undertaken at Aneurin Bevan University Health Board during 2019.
The Welsh Government is converting 40 kilometres of the existing A465 ‘Heads of the Valleys’ road between Abergavenny and Hirwaun into a dual carriageway.