The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority can’t achieve National Park purposes on its own, and many organisations have a duty through the Environment Act 1995 to contribute to National Park purposes in their own operations.
The Management Plan is a way of coordinating that effort: it is a plan for achieving National Park purposes, not just a plan for the Park Authority. And while the Authority produces the Management Plan, many other people are involved in its preparation, and are essential to its delivery.
The policies in the Management Plan are offered as operational objectives for the many organisations and individuals whose actions may influence the National Park.
Download the Management Plan 2015-19.
National Park Management Plans - Guidance
Download the Management Plan 2009-13.
A Delivery Agreement, setting out how the NPA proposes to prepare a Management Plan for the period 2015-19, was adopted by the Authority on 2nd April 2014. The Delivery Agreement can be viewed here.
Technical updates to the Management Plan 2009-2013 were adopted by the Authority on 11th June 2014. These updates extend the 2009-13 Plan’s life until the end of 2014 and can be viewed here.
A consultation draft Management Plan for the period 2015-19, and associated impact assessments, were made publicly available for comment between 1st August and 31st October 2014. Proposed revisions were considered by the Authority on 17th December 2014. A report of consultations is available here.