Well-being Impact Assessment Reports

This page gives access to a wide range of well-being impact assessment reports that have been completed by Denbighshire County Council.

Well-being Impact Assessments are integrated screening assessments that assess the likely impact the proposal will have on the social, economic, environmental and cultural well-being of Denbighshire, Wales and the world. These well-being impact assessments include consideration of the likely impact, over the longer term, on equality, Welsh language, the environment and many other issues.

They have been carried out by a variety of teams, and we advise that they are completed as a group. The reports published below are variable in their scope, size and length. They should be proportionate to the proposal being assessed and appropriate for the decision makers at the time. Missing data, evidence or background from a report does not mean that this was not collected or used. However, some well-being impact assessments will need to be revisited as a proposal develops.

Following the links below will take you to the committee papers that include the assessment report. It is important to read the well-being impact assessment alongside cover reports and any other information that is provided.

Reports published prior to February 2022 are available on our online meetings and agendas pages.

Well-being Impact Assessment Reports
TitleServiceDateDescriptionTopics

Design and Print Procurement Framework

Customers, Communications and Marketing

October 2021

A replacement for the current Denbighshire County Council and Flintshire County Council design and print procurement Framework.

Design, Procurement

Future Household Waste Recycling Centre Services Provision - Joint procurement with Conwy Council

Highways and Environmental Services

October 2021

To jointly procure the operators for Denbighshire and Conwy recycling parks - three of which currently serve the county of Denbighshire, situated in Rhyl, Denbigh and Ruthin.

The joint procurement requires the alignment between the two councils of a range of policies that govern access to the facility, waste streams accepted and any charges and restrictions associated with the use of the facilities.

It is the impact of any changes to Denbighshire's current "service offer" that are assessed.

Waste, Recycling, Procurement

Regional Memory Assessment and Support Service

Community Support Services

October 2021

The commissioning of integrated advice and support services across the North Wales region for people requiring pre-assessment and post assessment support for those with memory issues or concerns and following diagnosis of dementia.

Health, Social Care

Annual Treasury Management Report 2020/21

Finance

September 2021

A review of the Treasury Management activities for 2020/21.

Finance

External Enveloping Contract for Council Housing

Facilities, Assets and Housing

September 2021

Capital works to the council housing stock to deliver major capital repairs and energy efficiency works.

Housing, Energy efficiency

Development of new apartments for social rent off The Dell in Prestatyn

Facilities, Assets and Housing

September 2021

Construction of fifteen apartments to provide homes for social rent which are either adaptable and accessible, or alternatively are designed to meet the requirements of wheelchair users.

Housing, Energy efficiency

Redevelopment of former Prestatyn Library site

Facilities, Assets and Housing

September 2021

Demolition of the former Prestatyn Library and redevelopment of the site to provide 14 accessible social rental apartments for over 55s and 2 ground floor commercial units.

Housing, Energy efficiency

School Maintenance Grant

Education and Children Services

July 2021

The Council was allocated an additional £1.487m in March 2020 for expenditure on schools building maintenance. The Council has now been allocated an additional £1.716m.

Schools, Buildings, Funding

Llangollen 2020

Planning and Public Protection

July 2021

The Llangollen 2020 project involves the introduction of widened footways and raised junction tables, including enhanced pedestrian crossing opportunities, on Castle Street in Llangollen.

The purpose of the project is to increase active travel levels and to improve access to a number of key destinations in the town, for both pedestrian and cyclists, including Ysgol Dinas Bran, Ysgol y Gwernant, Ysgol Bryn Collen, Llangollen International Pavilion, Llangollen Health Centre, Llangollen Town Centre, Llangollen Bus station and Llangollen Railway Station.

Travel, Roads, Active Travel, Town Centres

Pay Policy Statement 2021/22

Legal, HR and Democratic Services

January 2018

The application of Pay and reward policies: Travel Policy / Acting Up, Honoraria and Ex Gratia Policy / Early Termination of Employment Policy / Flexible Retirement Policy / LGPS Discretions and Banding Policy / Standby, Oncall and Sleeping In Policy / Market Supplement Policy / Model School Pay Policy / Pay Policy Statement

Human Resources, Pay