Progress on major health conditions delivery plans »We remain committed to ensuring that quality improvement remains at the centre of our approach for the future of NHS Wales.Learn more »
Statement from the First Minister following meeting with the Prime Minister on Tata Steel
“My message to the Prime Minister this morning was simple. These plants cannot close.”
- Welsh Government agrees partnership in principle for £80m convention centre plans at Celtic Manor Resort, Newport
- £43m to improve Wales’ primary care services
- Statement from the First Minister following meeting with the Prime Minister on Tata Steel
- Consultation on Procurement Regulation in Wales
- National Outcomes Framework for Youth Work
- Proposed changes to Planning Policy Wales Chapter 6: The Historic Environment
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Section highlightEnvironment (Wales) Act 2016
The act puts in place the legislation needed to plan and manage Wales’ natural resources in a more proactive, sustainable and joined-up way.
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Final Budget 2016-17 »
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- Statistics & Research
A quarterly report which show the short term movements in the output of industries in the production and construction sectors within Wales.
- The longer term trend for the Index of Production for Wales shows a 3.4 per cent increase when comparing the latest four quarters to the previous four quarters. UK output increased by 1.0 per cent. The increase over the longer term in Wales was largely accounted for by an increase in Other Manufacturing and Repair. In the UK, the increase was largely accounted for by Transport Equipment and Mining and Quarrying. The short term quarterly movements show output fell in both Wales and the UK (down 0.1 per cent and down 0.4 per cent respectively).
- The longer term trend for the Index of Construction for Wales shows a 2.4 per cent fall when comparing the latest four quarters to the previous four quarters. UK output increased by 3.4 per cent. The short term quarterly movements in the construction industry show that output increased in both Wales and the UK (up 1.9 per cent and up 0.3 per cent respectively).
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