WREXHAM Council's Pplan for 2019-22 has been reviewed and approved by the authority's Executive Board.

The Council Plan directs what the authority should be prioritising and how to make improvements – keeping in mind the increasing limited funding settlements we receive from central government.

It contains six priorities for the coming months - developing the economy, ensuring a modern and resilient council, ensuring everyone is safe, improving secondary education, improving the environment, promoting good health and well-being.

The council is now going to consult with residents on these six areas to find out how important they are to the public and how it will achieve them.

The consultation started on June 12 and will be available on the Your Voice Wrexham consultation hub. Paper copies will also be made available.

When the consultation ends all the responses will be collated and analysed and fed back to councillors in September.

The response will then be used to develop the Council Plan 20-22 and help to set budgets.

Cllr Hugh Jones, lead member for communities, partnerships, public protection and community safety, said: “This is a very important document and one which helps us to budget appropriately to tackle our priorities.

“It takes into account the wide range of needs of our residents, from the youngest to the oldest, the vulnerable and those with special needs.

“Given the continuing financial challenges we face we have to be realistic in what we can achieve and ensure our plans are sustainable.”