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. Please click the links to download the relevant documents.
Audit notice regarding 2019/20 Accounts
Statement of Accounts 2018-2019
Statement of Accounts 2017-2018
Statement of Accounts 2016-2017
Financial Standards Revision 2016
Statement of Accounts 2015-2016
Annual Audit Letter 2015-2016
Statement of Accounts 2014-2015
Annual Corporate and Resources Plan (Improvement Plan Part 1)
Corporate and Resources Plan 2019-20
Summary Version – Corporate and Resources Plan 2019-20
Corporate and Resources Plan 2018-19
Summary Version – Corporate and Resources Plan 2018-19
Corporate and Resources Plan 2017-18
Summary Version – Corporate and Resources Plan 2017-18
Corporate Plan 2016-17
Annual Report on Meeting Well-being Objectives (Improvement Plan Part 2)
Annual Report on Meeting Well-being Objectives and Improvement Plan Part 2 2018-19
Annual Report on Meeting Well-being Objectives and Improvement Plan Part 2 2017-18
Annual Report on Meeting Well-being Objectives and Improvement Plan Part 2 2016-17
Annual Improvement Reports by Wales Audit Office
Planning Annual Performance Report 2018-19
Planning Annual Performance Report 2017-18
Planning Annual Performance Report 2016-17
Planning Annual Performance Report 2015-16
All-Wales Planning Annual Performance Report 2017-18
Welsh Language Standards
Welsh Language Standards Annual Report 2018-19
Welsh Language Standards Annual Report 2017-18
Welsh Language Strategy 2017-22
Compliance Notice – Section 44 Welsh Language (Wales) Measure 2011
Welsh Language Standards Investigation Completed Questionnaire
Welsh Language Standards: Comments and complaints
Equality Plan and Equal Opportunities Policy
Freedom of Information
About the National Park Authority
Committees and Meetings
The Park Authority, as well as its Committees, hold regular meetings to discuss and vote on various issues affecting the workings of the Authority and...
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National Park Management Plan
The National Park Management Plan is a partnership plan for the National Park area.
Sustainable Development Fund (SDF)
SDF has supported more than 200 projects that provide long-term social, environmental, economic and cultural beneﬁts for Pembrokeshire people since ...
National Park Authority Members
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has 18 Members. 12 are nominated by Pembrokeshire County Council. The remaining six Members are appoin...
List of Members
The Authority is made up of 18 Members. Twelve are appointed by Pembrokeshire County Council and six are appointed by Welsh Government.
What we do
The National Park Authority has the twin tasks of looking after what is special in the Park and helping people to enjoy and understand it.
Who We Work With
The UK's 15 National Parks work with national partners through National Parks Partnerships. Our partners provide vital support to the National Parks f...