The replacement Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Local Development Plan (Local Development Plan 2) (2015-2031) has been submitted to the Welsh Government for independent examination under section 64(1) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 on 7 December 2018.
Click the link to view the Local Development Plan 2 Submission Statement.
The Examination will be carried out by an Independent Inspector appointed by the Planning Inspectorate.
LDP Submission Documents
(SD01) The Deposit Replacement Local Development Plan 2015-2031
(SD02) Sustainability Appraisal/Strategic Environment Assessment
(SD03) Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA)
(SD04) Equalities Impact Assessment (EqIA)
(SD05) Focussed Changes (approved National Park Authority 28 November 2018)
(SD08) Candidate Site Register
(SD09) New and Amended Sites (Preferred Strategy Stage)
(SD10) New and Amended Sites (Deposit Stage)
Mrs Caroline Llewellyn has been appointed as Programme Officer to assist in taking the Examination forward. The Programme Officer will act as a point of contact between the Authority, Representors and the Inspector, and will ensure the Examination runs smoothly. She is based at the National Park Authority Office, Pembroke Dock and can be contacted through email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 01646 624800 / 07773 932339. It is expected that the Independent Examination will be held sometime in the New Year 2019.
The Programme Officer will write to those on our mailing list separately to advise you of the dates and the future timetable regarding the Local Development Plan.
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