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1.3 Timings to consider There are a variety of land management activities that take place on a seasonal basis that should be considered, such as calving, lambing, harvesting crops, silage or haymaking. It is always best to discuss timing of events with the land owner. timings, landowners, land, management, harvest, environment, seasons, bird, breeding,

1.5 Obtain landowner’s permission You should always liaise with the owner of the land where your event is planned. It may not always be necessary for you to obtain every landowners permission (for example, if you are holding a walking activity along a public footpath). Listed below are some of the situations where you must gain permission from the landowner. landowner, permission, land, management, sssi,

Development Management Committee The Development Management Committee meets every six weeks to determine planning applications and to deal with all matters relating to the designation and administration of Conservation Areas. development, management, committee, planning, meetings, public, speaking,

Ecological resilience Land management for an ecologically resilient countryside. ecological, resilience, conservation, management,

Guidance for organisers of active outdoor events This guidance has been written to help event organisers and landowners to plan and manage active outdoor events in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. active, outdoor, events, guidance, management, sporting, running, swimming, cycling, surfing,

Habitats of the National Park The places where animals and plants live are called habitats. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has many habitats which support a wide variety of wildlife; both common and rare. These include beaches, seashore and coastal slopes, heathland and mountain, moor and woodland. habitat, adaptation, niche, estuary, inland, protection, management,

National Park Authority and its Committees 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 Assembly Government. committees, members, development, management, performance, review, personnel, standards,

National Park Authority Rangers The Ranger role in a National Park Authority tends to be one of the best known and high profile posts but is one which is often not fully understood. rangersrecreation, delivery, management, team, warden, volunteer, voluntary,

National Park Management Plan View and download the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Management Plan. management, plan, conservation, purposes, guidance,

National Park Management Plan 2020-24 The National Park Authority is reviewing the current National Park Management Plan (2015-2019) in line with an engagement strategy approved by the National Park Authority on 20th June 2018. The closing date for comments is 5pm, Friday 4th January 2019. management, plan, 2020-24, consultation, survey, opportunities, challenges,

Pembrokeshire Wildfire Group Fires have potentially devastating impacts on our countryside, harming our economy, ecology, environment, heritage and rural communities. Yet the damage can be minimised. wildfire, fire, conservation, land, management,

Recreation Management Recreation Management in the National Park recreation, management, recreation,

Rights of Way Improvement Plan The Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 places a duty on each highway authority to publish a Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP) for their area. The ROWIP is the prime means by which local authorities identify, prioritise and plan for improvements to their local rights of way network. The Plan aims to guide the strategic development of the public rights of way network with improvements to meet the current and future needs of walkers, cyclists, horse riders and disabled people rights, improvement, plananagement, public, rights, waymprovements,

Woodland Management Woodland management for conservation and timber. woodland, management, conservation, timber,