Supplementary Planning Guidance

Local Development Plan 1

Guidance notes, briefs and other supplementary guidance act as stepping stones between the policies of the National Park and planning applications.

While only the policies in the Development Plan have special status in deciding planning applications (ie for the purpose of any determination under the Planning Acts, the determination must be made in accordance with the Plan unless material considerations indicate otherwise), Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) may be taken into account as a material planning consideration.

In making decisions on matters that come before it, the Welsh Government and the Planning Inspectorate will give substantial weight to approved SPG which derives out of and has been prepared consistent with the approach set out in national policy on the preparation of Local Development Plans. Put simply, the requirements of the legislation mean that the following needs to be taken into account when considering a proposal:

The following Supplementary Planning Guidance has been prepared following adoption of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Local Development Plan in September 2010

 

 

 

 

Report of Consultations for the above Supplementary Planning Guidance

 

 

Report of Consultations for the above Supplementary Planning Guidance

 

 

Report of Consultations for the above Supplementary Planning Guidance.

 

 

 

 

 

Report of Consultations for the above Supplementary Planning Guidance

 

Please Note

  • The Authority’s Validation Supplementary Planning Guidance has been withdrawn as a result of new advice published by the Welsh Government.
  • The Authority's Building Extensions (Energy Efficiency) Supplementary Planning Guidance has also been withdrawn (1st September 2012) as a result of outcomes from monitoring its implementation.
  • Click the link to see a list of trees and shrubs native to the National Park.