National Park Authority consulting on draft Corporate and Resources Plan

Posted On : 15/06/2023

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is consulting on its draft Corporate and Resources Plan for 2023/24 -26/27.

This Corporate and Resources Plan 2023/24 -26/27 sets out Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s (PCNPA) road map to achieving its priorities and Well-being Objectives.

It captures PCNPA’s Well-being Statement and how our Well-being Objectives contribute to the Well-being goals and wider policy challenges facing designated landscapes, Wales and the World.  It sets out how we will achieve our ambitions through our placemaking activities and priority actions within our delivery plans. Identifying how we will implement these actions to achieve cross cutting outcomes, measure our impacts and distribute our resources to meet our Well-being Objectives. It also outlines our priority actions for improving corporate governance.

Download the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority draft Corporate and Resources Plan for 2023/24 -26/27.


How to respond

We welcome any comments or feedback on the draft Corporate and Resource Plan. Responses to be received by 7 July 2023

Please send any responses via email to (with Corporate and Resources Plan in the subject title) or to Performance and Compliance Officer, National Park Office, Llanion Park, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, SA72 6DY.


Privacy Notice – Consultation on Corporate and Resources Plan

This privacy notice covers how Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority (as a Data Controller) will process any personal data you provide as part of your response to the consultation on its draft Corporate and Resources Plan. For further information about how the Authority processes your information, including your rights as a data subject and how to exercise them, you should consult the Authority’s standard Privacy Notice, or contact the Authority’s Data Protection Officer.


Purpose – Why we need your information

The purposes for which we are processing your personal data are:

  • to process consultation responses and confirm receipt of the response
  • to provide feedback to any responses provided
  • to keep a record of consultation responses received


The personal data being collected

We will process the following personal data to process consultation responses, confirm receipt of the response and provide feedback to any responses provided: name, organisation/ group, contact details provided – e-mail, postal address.


Our legal basis for processing your personal data

The lawful basis we rely on to process personal data for the purposes listed above is article 6 (1) of the UK GDPR:

  • (e) – public task (meeting obligations under Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act on involvement.)


Sharing of information

The Authority may publish a summary of responses in order to show that the consultation was carried out properly. We may also publish responses in full.  We will not publish any names, or contact details of the person who sent the response. If a response is provided on behalf of an organisation or group we may publish the group or organisations name against the response. If you are responding on behalf of an organisation/ group and do not want the organisation/groups name published, please tell us this in writing when you send in your response.


Retention of data

Your personal data relating to your response will be kept by PCNPA on our corporate IT infrastructure for no more than three years.