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Appeal decisions Appeals are usually considered by an Inspector appointed by the National Assembly for Wales - although in some cases the appeal decision will be made by a Minister. appeal, decisions,

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 Members The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has 18 Members, 12 of whom are nominated by Pembrokeshire County Council, whilst the remaining 6 Members are appointed – following an interview process – by the Welsh Government. members, code, conduct, good, practice, committee, decisions, councillor, allowances,