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34After that section insert—
(1)In this section, “relevant body” means a local authority or Local Health Board which has carried out a joint assessment under section 14(1).
(2)Each relevant body must prepare and publish a plan setting out—
(a)the range and level of services the body proposes to provide, or arrange to be provided, in response to the assessment of needs under paragraphs (a) to (c) of section 14(1);
(b)in the case of a local authority, the range and level of services the authority proposes to provide, or arrange to be provided, in seeking to achieve the purposes in section 15(2) (preventative services);
(c)in the case of a Local Health Board, anything the Board proposes to do in connection with its duty under section 15(5) (Local Health Boards to have regard to the importance of preventative action when exercising functions);
(d)how the services set out in the plan are to be provided, including the actions the body proposes to take to provide, or arrange to provide, the services through the medium of Welsh;
(e)any other action the body proposes to take in response to the assessment under section 14(1);
(f)the details of anything the body proposes to do in response to the assessment jointly with another relevant body;
(g)the resources to be deployed in doing the things set out in the plan.
(3)A relevant body’s plan may be published by including it within a local well-being plan published under section 39 or 44(5) of the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 (the “2015 Act”) by a public services board of which the body is a member.
(4)A local authority and a Local Health Board who have carried out a joint assessment together under section 14(1) may jointly prepare and publish a plan under subsection (2).
(5)Two or more local authorities may jointly prepare and publish a plan under subsection (2); but such a joint plan may be published by including it within a local well-being plan only if each local authority is a member of the public services board (see sections 47 and 49 of the 2015 Act (merging of public services boards)).
(6)A relevant body must submit to the Welsh Ministers—
(a)any part of a plan it has prepared under subsection (2) which relates to the health and well-being of carers;
(b)any other part of such a plan as may be specified by regulations.
(7)Regulations may make provision about plans prepared and published under subsection (2), including provision—
(a)specifying when a plan is to be published;
(b)about reviewing a plan;
(c)about consulting persons when preparing or reviewing a plan;
(d)about the monitoring and evaluation of services and other action set out in a plan.”.
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