Following the adoption of the Local Development Plan (LDP), the Authority has a statutory obligation to keep all matters under review that are expected to affect the development of its area.
The Local Development Plan (LDP) provides the legal framework for the development and use of land within the National Park. It also provides the context for determining local planning applications.
As the local planning authority, we are responsible for preparing and updating the Local Development Plan. This process includes several stages of preparation, consultation and engagement with the public and other interested parties.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Local Development Plan was adopted in September 2010. Following adoption, the Authority has a duty to ensure that the Local Development Plan remains fit for purpose.
The Local Development Plan monitoring and review section proposes a full review of the Plan at the end of the financial year 2014-2015. The outcome of that review is that a replacement Plan is required.
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These Background Papers will be updated and added to throughout the preparation of the Plan.
Supplementary Planning Guidance (LDP2)
Guidance notes, briefs and other supplementary guidance act as stepping stones between the policies of the National Park and planning applications.
Community Council Workshops
Community and Town Councils can provide a central source of information for their local communities, help to raise awareness of the LDP process and ar...
The Delivery Agreement is a public statement that contains a Timetable for preparing a Revision of a Local Development Plan setting out how and when s...
Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report
The Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report sets out the sustainability appraisal issues and objectives/criteria against which the Replacement Local D...
LDP Review Report
The Review Report sets out where changes are required, what needs to change and why, based on evidence.