The Local Service Board (LSB) is a voluntary arrangement which brings together leaders and chief executives from key organisations, representatives from voluntary and community sectors, and a senior civil servant from the Welsh Government.
Its purpose is to plan services and overcome barriers and blockages to ensure that all the organisations which provide services within Carmarthenshire do so in a way that puts the customer first. The voluntary sector representatives ensure that local communities have a voice, whilst the senior civil servant from the Welsh Government offers a link between local, regional and national interests.
The board meets every 2 months. The Local Service Board is part of the wider network of partnerships known collectively as the Carmarthenshire Partnership.
It oversees the development and delivery of the Inegrated Community Strategy for Carmarthenshire 2011-2016 and will report to the Annual Forum on progress.