Your views are needed on future of Swansea
SWANSEA residents still have time to let the council know what they think of its plan for a new "vision" for the city.
It is called the single integrated plan and is an initiative to help support progress towards a healthy city free from poverty, economically active and providing high-quality public services.
The single integrated plan also aims to simplify and improve services by rolling together a number of existing plans, such as those for health, social care, crime and children's services, into one.
David Phillips, council leader and chairman of Swansea Local Service Board said: "Whether people work, live or visit Swansea, the Single Integrated Plan is an issue for them.
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"We want the plan to be as relevant as possible to the everyday lives of the people of Swansea and our aspiration is to get all the organisations, groups and individuals who can affect its vision to work together to achieve it.
"That means businesses, local government, public services, voluntary groups and ordinary people who want to have a say in the future of their city should take part in the consultation process."
The consultation goes on until March 4.
There are prizes available to people who take part in the process.