Cookie Information: To help us make this website better, the cookie settings are set to 'allow all cookies'. If you continue without changing these settings, you consent to this - for more information and to change this at any time, see our privacy policy.   
Weather

Weather  |  Tide Tables

 

Home » About Us » Site Map

Site Map

Page Description Keywords (ALL)
List of Members We have 18 Members on our Authority. Twelve are County Councillors who are appointed by Pembrokeshire County Council to provide local knowledge and expertise, but not to represent their own local authority constituency. The other six are appointed by Welsh Government, to represent the national interest and to provide additional specialist skills relevant to the work of the Authority. list, members, county, councillors, welsh, assembly, government,

National Park Authority and its Committees The National Park Authority is made up of 18 Members. The Authority, as well as its Committees, hold regular meetings to discuss and vote on various issues affecting the workings of the National Park Authority and indeed the National Park. From planning applications to the Sustainable Development Fund, all aspects of how the Authority works is overseen by Members elected by Pembrokeshire County Council and appointed by the Welsh Assembly Government. committees, members, development, management, performance, review, personnel, standards,

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,

National Parks: Supporting Economic Wellbeing The National Parks of Wales are living, working areas that support vibrant communities and iconic landscapes that are used to market Wales across the world. They are also special places that must be conserved for future generations. The Valuing our Environment report indicated that the National Parks of Wales support 12,000 jobs, produce a total income of £177million and generate a GDP of £205million. wales, members, seminar, supporting, economic, wellbeing,