National Park Management Plan


Many organisations and individuals contribute to the National Park purposes of conservation, enjoyment and understanding. The National Park Management Plan is a way of co-ordinating that effort. It’s a partnership plan for the National Park area.

In 2018 the National Park Authority sought people’s views on opportunities and challenges facing the National Park and in 2019 a consultation draft Management Plan was prepared.

Comments received were taken into account and a final Management Plan and supporting documents were agreed by the National Park Authority on 11 December 2019 (links below):

National Park Authority Warden using machine on Coast Path near Marloes Sands

National Park Management Plan 2020-2024

About the National Park

The Pembrokeshire Coast isn’t what you might usually expect from a National Park. It's split into four parts, each one with its own quirks and qualities.

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The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has a wonderfully varied cultural landscape of hills, valleys, cliffs, beaches, rivers and lakes. Added to this is the unmistakable human influence of thousands of years of endeavour – farm land, buildings, roads, hedgerows, woodlands, grasslands, earthworks, ...

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