Planning enforcement is the process of investigating potential breaches of planning control and where necessary, action will be taken to remedy the breach.
Planning enforcement matters in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park are dealt with by the National Park Authority’s Development Management and Enforcement Team. There are two Planning Enforcement Officers responsible for enforcement matters under the direction of the Development Management team leader.
Reporting a Breach
If you are aware of unauthorised works being undertaken in the National Park or that works are proceeding not in accordance with approved plans or conditions, please let us know by reporting a breach to email@example.com or download our Planning Enforcement Complaint Form.
Further information can be found in our Planning Enforcement in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – A Guide for the Public advice leaflet. This has been produced to help explain the key stages in relation to planning enforcement, including investigation, and explains how complaints received by the Authority are handled.
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