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Access and Rights of Way Access and Rights of Way in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority access, rights, wayuthority,

Conserving the Park A range of practical initiatives to conserve wildlife. conservationuthority,

National Park Authority The National Park Authority consists of all 18 Members and usually meets every other month. It is the main decision making body, and decides on the policies to be implemented by both officers and other Committees. committee, authority, policy, decision,

National Park Authority INNS Policy Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority (PCNPA) does not have a statutory duty to control INNS in the National Park. Its involvement in the control of INNS relates to its capacity as a landowner and its maintenance of public rights of way. Please note, the National Park Authority owns only 2% of the land area of the National Park. inns, invasive, non-native, speciesuthority, policy,

National Park Authority Services The National Park Authority is responsible for a wide range of functions in its work to conserve and enhance the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. authority, services, access, what, visitor, centres, functions,

Our Standards Our Standards at the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority accounts, finances, environmental, policyauthority, complaints, standards,

Planning Appeals Appeals must be made within six months of the date of the decision with the exception of advertisement appeals that must be made within one month of the decision. planning, appeals, appellant, inspectorate, local, planning, authority,

The National Park Authority The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority was designated in 1952 following the implementation of the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949. authority, aims, purposes, duty, duties, environment, legislation, designated, transparency,