Plaid Cymru's Sustainable Communities Commission has issued a call for evidence and ideas to contribute to its work.
The Commission is developing ideas on how the party's vision for sustainable communities can be made a reality in 21st century Wales. The call for evidence will last until 31 January, 2014.
The Commission, chaired by Llyr Gruffydd AM, is focusing on three key areas:
Empowering communities to improve their quality of life
Attracting investment in the economic, social and natural capital of communities
Building an infrastructure for sustainable communities – such as broadband, energy, green spaces, housing, transport and water
Appealing to people to contribute their ideas, Llyr Gruffydd said:
"We want to hear what your community is already doing to improve people's quality of life and how it's been achieved. We want to know what investments have been made that you think will stand your community in good stead for the future. And we want to know what sorts of improvements to the community infrastructure - whether it's transport, housing, IT, water, energy or green spaces - have made a real difference to your community."
Responses should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 January 2014.