Can local planning authorities deliver a sustainable future for Wales?

An ambitious future? Following a referendum on the National Assembly for Wales’s legislative powers held in March 2011, the people of Wales voted in favour of granting the National Assembly for Wales further powers for making laws in Wales in devolved areas. This important decision has culminated in some significant legislation as the country embarks…

My journey so far…

As part of our recruitment campaign, we have asked a few of our apprentices to blog about what it is like to be an apprentice at the Wales Audit Office. Here Emma Thomas talks about her first year. To find out more and to apply, please visit our website. My name is Emma and I’m…

Unleashing the potential of the Wales Audit Office

Eight months into his role as Auditor General for Wales, Adrian Crompton sets out a fresh ambition for the Wales Audit Office – to unleash its full potential as a catalyst for improvement in the public sector in Wales. When I took up the post of Auditor General, I spent my first few months travelling…