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Local Development Plan 1

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Local Development Plan was adopted by the National Park Authority on the 29th September 2010. The Local Development Plan is operative on its adoption.

The Plan comprises text and maps, and together with national planning policy will guide decisions on planning applications.

Local Development Plan Text
Local Development Plan Key Diagram
Erratum to the Local Development Plan.

A paper copy of the Plan is available to view at libraries during normal opening hours.

Supplementary Planning Guidance can be viewed here.

The Local Development Plan was produced in accordance with the Delivery Agreement approved by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority in January 2007 and agreed by the Welsh Assembly Government in February 2007

The Local Development Plan has been subject to a Sustainability Appraisal and Habitats Regulations Assessment.

The extent to which policies of the Local Development Plan are being successfully implemented is reported via the Annual Monitoring Report.

The Local Development Plan is currently being revised. Please click here for further information on the preparation of the replacement Local Development Plan (Local Development Plan 2).

The Authority undertakes an annual Housing Land Availability Study, which calculates the amount of land available for residential development within the National Park.  A minimum 5 years supply should be maintained.  The Joint Housing Land Availability Study Report provides the latest figures for the Authority.