Bronllys Well-being Park CLT (Community Land Trust) Ltd Press Release
"Future Generations - Our Communities Wealth is it's Health"
Bronllys Well Being Park (CLT) Ltd Board are pleased to announce the appointment of Jon Adams MBA MCMI as our Project Development Officer. Jon has excellent credentials previously being engaged as an NHS manager and having managed complex change programmes external to the NHS albeit directly working with health & care organisations.
Arwain via the new LEADER Programme in Powys have funded the Project Development Officer for the next three years. Arwain is funded through the Rural Development Plan for Wales (RDP) as part of the Welsh Government and European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.
The purpose of Bronllys Well Being Park (CLT) Ltd is to create and deliver a ground breaking community asset, inspired and owned by the local community. It aims to be a sustainable development offering affordable housing, transport, work and leisure opportunities to promote health and well being amenities. Members (330 and growing rapidly) are actively engaged in all aspects of the Park to ensure this remains a community endeavour.
As stated by Sophie Howe (Future Generations Commissioner) " Business as usual is not an option for our public services in Wales. Major changes are needed or our public services will simply not be able to cope. The Well-being Future Generations Act gives us the encouragement, the permission and the statutory obligation to make these changes. It is unique, pioneering piece of legislation attracting worldwide attention.
" Bronllys Well Being Park (CLT) Ltd is a unique, pioneering project with the ability to offer alternative services to ensure we can cope. Our three local Town Council's who continue to support the project, welcome our new Project Development Officer Jon to progress this innovative project further. Written on behalf of Bronllys Well Being Park (CLT) Ltd Board -
Cllr Jacqui Wilding - Mayor Talgarth.
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