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2.1 Prepare an Event Plan Once it has been decided that the event will take place, the planning and execution stage can begin. Many event organisers use an Event Plan which is a very useful way of confirming all concerns have been considered and all involved have a clear understanding of their role and responsibilities. The Event Plan also ensures that preparation is on schedule and completed in a timely manner. It is recommended that an Event Plan is drawn up for all events. event, plan, execution, outdoor, active, guidance,

2.6 Brief participants Now that you have a well organised Event Plan, it is important that the participants know the information that is relevant to them in good time. It is good practice to give the participants a brief of any relevant information including codes of conduct and local specific sensitivities before and on the day of the event. event, plan, participants, codes, conduct, guidance,

2.7 Brief all other relevant parties It is good practice to communicate your event plan with all relevant parties shortly before the event to ensure everyone a clear understanding of responsibilities, timings and possible effects of the event. brief, relevant, parties, event, plan, communication, landowners,

Affordable Housing Information, maps, supplementary planning guidance for affordable housing in the National Park affordable, housing, 50pg, supplementary, planning, guidance, viability, three, dragons,

Affordable Housing Supplementary Planning Guidance Affordable Housing Supplementary Planning Guidance affordable, housing, supplementary, planning, guidance,

Annual Archaeology Day Information about the annual Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Archaeology Day tombs, stone, circles, castles, neolithic, palaeolithic, archaeology, planed, archaeology,

Annual Monitoring Report Annual Monitoring Reports for the Local Development Plan annual, monitoring, reports, local, development, plan,

Application Forms and Fees Planning Application Forms and Fees. Planning legislation covers a number of different forms of development for which formal approval is required. planning, application, forms, fees, calculator, householder,

Background Papers This page contains background papers update as part of the preparation of the replacement local development plan ldpocal, development, plan, review,

Background Papers for the Local Development Plan Papers containing evidence and supporting information used in the production of the Local Development Plan local, development, plan, background, evidence,

Before You Apply Before you carry out any work there are a number of important matters you need to consider. The following gives an outline of the matters that should be considered. Further details on any of these issues can be found by using the links below. applyupplementary, planning, guidance, building, control, permitted, development,

Call for Candidate Sites Local Development Plan (2) Candidate Sites local, development, plan, (replacementandidate, sites,

Conservation and Planning Review Committee This was formerly the body responsible for monitoring targets that have been set for and by the Authority. It has now been disbanded and replaced by the Operational Review Committee planning, development, conservation, review, performance,

Corporate Documents In order to comply with legislation, government policy and good practice, the Authority is required to produce the following corporate documents which set out standards and/or targets which it will try to meet. corporate, financial, accounts, corporate, welsh, language, scheme, business, plan, audit, equality,

Deposit Plan Deposit Plan deposit, plan,

Development Management Committee The Development Management Committee meets every six weeks to determine planning applications and to deal with all matters relating to the designation and administration of Conservation Areas. development, management, committee, planning, meetings, public, speaking,

Do you live locally? Living in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. transport, planning, landowners, projects, sustainable, development, walking, community,

Event planning checklist This section provides guidance for event organisers considering holding an event in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Follow the steps in the event planning checklist below to make sure that your event is a success. event, planning, checklist, research, consultation, planning, restoration,

Key Contacts in Planning Enforcement This page provides the key contact information for officers responsible for planning enforcement in the National Park contacts, planning, enforcement,

LDP Review Report Local Development Plan Review consultation review, review, report, local, development, plan,

Living In Living in the National Park living, jobseacher, walker, community, group, planning, policy, conservation,

Local Development Plan (Replacement) Stages stages of replacement plan development plan, local, plan, local, development, plan, reivew,

Local Development Plan 1 The Local Development Plan, together with national planning policy, will guide decisions on planning applications. local, development, plan, housing, employment,

Local Development Plan 2 This page provides details on the local development plan review process local, development, plan, review, review, replacement, plan,

Local Development Plan Candidate Site Register Local Development Plan Candidate Site Register local, development, plan, candidate, site, register,

Local Development Plan Text Local Development Plan Text and Map local, development, plan, text,

Looking After Picture your favourite beach or walk, or the places you go in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to have fun or just to relax. And then imagine they weren’t there any more or just weren’t as special. looking, after, conservation, jobslanning, agriculture, sustainable, development,

Major Planning Applications Current Major Applications within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. major, planning, applications,

Making a Planning Application The first thing you need to do, if you are unsure, is to check that you need planning permission. If the work is to your home, some minor changes can be done without needing planning permission. This is called your "permitted development rights". planning, application, advice, fees, pre-application, form, validation,

National Park Management Plan View and download the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Management Plan. management, plan, conservation, purposes, guidance,

Planning Planning services in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park planning, development, housing,

Planning Advice Planning Advice and Applications for the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park planning, advice, applications, pre-application,

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,

Planning Application Forms and Guidance Notes You can make your application online through the Planning Portal or by post using the relevant application forms. For ease of access these are displayed by following the relevant links to the left side of this page.​ planning, application, forms, download, guidance, notes, portal, paper, copy, hard,

Planning Applications Planning Applications planning, applications, consultation, delegate, committee, site, visit, officers, report,

Planning Enforcement in the National Park An overview of the Planning Enforcement Section of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority including details of the purpose of enforcement and how we investigate complaints planning, enforcement, breach, planning, control, listed, building, advertisements,

Planning FAQs Planning FAQs for the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park planning, faqs,

Planning myths and planning facts Below we’ve dispelled a number of commonly held planning myths. These myths are off the mark and so we have paired them with the actual planning facts… planning, myths, planning, facts,

Planning obligations Section 106 Agreements and Planning Obligations planning, obligations,

Planning Policy Planning Policy documents and advice for the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park planning, policy, development, local, plan, housing,

Planning Policy FAQs Frequently Asked questions about planning policy planning, policy, development, local, plan, housing,

Planning Services Many people who telephone or visit the National Park offices wish to make general, as well as specific, enquiries of the planning section. service, standards, planning, services,

Preferred Strategy Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Preferred Strategy (Replacement Local Development Plan) Consultation referred, strategy, (replacement, local, development, planonsultati,

Preferred Strategy Site Submissions Local Development Plan 2 Preferred Strategy Site Submissions local, development, plan, preferred, strategy, site, submissions,

Regional Minerals Planning Regional Minerals Planning regional, minerals, planning,

Regional Waste Plans Regional Waste Plans regional, waste, plans,

Reporting a Breach of Planning Control If you are aware of unauthorised works being undertaken or that works are proceeding not in accordance with approved plans or conditions please let us know. breach, planning, control, planning, enforcement,

Rights of Way Improvement Plan The National Park Authority is responsible for the management of 1,040 km of public rights of way (public footpaths and bridleways) within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The Park Authority has prioritised the improvement of public rights of way, as they represent the best way to explore and enjoy the coast and countryside rights, improvement, plananagement, public, rights, waymprovements,

Search current and archived applications Search current and archived planning applications. search, current, archived, planning, applications,

Search Registered Planning Applications Searchable list of planning applications submitted to the National Park planning, applications, search, registered,

Stage two – Planning and Execution Prepare an Event Plan, Health and Safety, Insurance, Notify stakeholders and promote event, Support the local economy prepare, event, plan, health, safety, insurance, notify, stakeholders, promotion,

Supplementary Planning Guidance Supplementary guidance linking the policies for the National Park and planning applications. supplementary, planning, guidance,

Supplementary Planning Guidance - Consultations Current consultations on Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) to support the Local Development Plan. supplementary, planning, guidance, consultation,

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park's Geography Come and explore the stunning geography of the Pembrokeshire Coast, which after all is the reason for Pembrokeshire being designated as a National Park.   geography, tourism, sustainable, tourism, conflicts, planning,

Wales Spatial Plan The Wales Spatial Plan is a 20 year plan for the sustainable development of Wales. wales, spatial, plan,

What is Planning Enforcement? What is planning enforcement? Planning enforcement investigates whether breaches of planning control have taken place and, where breaches are found, takes action to resolve them in the most appropriate way. planning, enforcement,

Wildlife at Carew Castle & Tidal Mill Famous for its role in history, Carew Castle is less well known - but just as important - for its wildlife. The Castle, grassland, Millpond and Mill Lane were designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) in recognition of this fact in 1995. carew, castle, tidal, mill, wildlife, bats, birds, plants,