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 Government. To find out who they are, have a look at our Members page.
In this section, you can find out more about meetings of the Authority and its committees, and you can also download copies of the meeting agendas and associated papers from the Committee Papers page. If you can’t find what you’re looking for then contact us.
If you want to know when future meetings will take place, have a look at the Meetings Calendar 2020-21. You can also take a look at the remit of the National Park Authority and its committees by reading the Terms of Reference.
Where are the meetings held?
All meetings are held at our headquarters in Pembroke Dock unless otherwise stated:
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority
More about the Authority and its Committees
Audit and Corporate Services Review Committee
This Committee looks at risks and performance in Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Performance Management and Communications.
National Park Authority
The National Park Authority consists of all 18 Members and usually meets every other month.
Sustainable Development Fund Committee
The Sustainable Development Fund (SDF) supports projects that provide social, environmental, economic and cultural benefits, to improve the quality of...
This Committee provides a more formal and robust framework to enable the Authority to better scrutinise aspects of its work.
All policies relating to employment, terms and conditions, health and well-being are determined by the Personnel Committee.
Operational Review Committee
This Committee looks at risks and performance in the following areas unless already covered by the Audit and Corporate Services Review Committee.
Member Support and Development Committee
The purpose of the Committee is to oversee the delivery of support to, and development of, Members of the Authority.