The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is your Park. So here at the National Park Authority we often ask for your views on the work we do to help keep your Park special for everyone to enjoy.
Your opinions help to shape our policies and guidance for the future, on everything from housing to access on the Coast Path National Trail.
If you’d like the chance to influence the work that we do then please have a look at what the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is currently consulting on by clicking the links to the right and below.
Current Public Consultations
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has made amendments to the Local Development Plan 2, following the Examination Hearing Sessions held in July and October 2019. These amendments are called Matters Arising Changes (MAC).
Please note that due to a printing error in the local newspaper, the consultation period has been extended. You may now submit representations by 4.30pm on Friday 13 March 2020.
National Park Authority consulting on draft Corporate and Resources Plan
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is consulting on its draft Corporate and Resources Plan for 2020/21, which sets out its main work programme and projects for the coming year.
The Well-being of Future Generations Act 2015 places a duty on the Authority to set out its Well-being Objectives and to demonstrate how these contribute to the seven Well-being Goals set out in the Act.
The Corporate and Resources Plan, which is also intended to be the Annual Improvement Plan, sets out the these objectives and explains how the Authority’s work will contribute to the objectives.
The Well-being Objectives are:
- To encourage and support the development of sustainable employment and businesses, particularly in tourism and recreation.
- To improve the health of the National Park’s ecosystems.
- To enable and encourage more people to improve their well-being by making greater use of the National Park regardless of their circumstances.
- To continue to ensure equality is embedded within the work and culture of the National Park Authority.
- To work alongside communities to help them make the most of the National Park Authority.
- To protect and promote the local culture of language, arts and heritage of the area.
- To ensure our work makes a positive contribution to global well-being.
Click the link to view a summary version of the draft Corporate and Resources Plan for 2020/21.
The Authority is now consulting on this draft plan and welcomes comments which may be sent in writing to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, Llanion Park, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, SA72 6DY or emailed to email@example.com to be received before 13 March 2020.
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Family John Muir Award
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