You can search for and view planning applications online via our Public Access Service. Please ensure you use the full planning reference when searching for an application.
Click the link to open the planning application search service in a new window or view the map below.
This service allows you to :
- View current applications and supporting documents
- Comment on current applications
- Track the progress of current applications
- Sign up to receive email alerts
- Search for past planning applications.
For all other queries please contact the Development Management Team by calling 01646 624800 or by emailing email@example.com.
Planning applications map
Search for planning applications
You can search for and view planning applications online via our Public Access Service
Appeals must be made within six months of the date of the decision with the exception of advertisement appeals that must be made within one month of t...
Tree and Hedge Management
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Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act provides an applicant who is also the owner of the land, an opportunity to voluntarily enter into an ...
Special Areas of Conservation (SAC) and Special Protected Areas (SPA) have been designated in Pembrokeshire under the EC Habitats Directive and the Bi...
Consider ecological issues early to ensure they do not result in avoidable delays.
In this section you can view the Authority’s Management Plan, which outlines the overarching strategy for the Park and the Landscape and Seascape Ch...
Building Control (the need to meet the requirements of Building Regulations), Sustainable Urban Drainage Approval and Planning (the need to meet Plann...
The Application Process
Find out about the different stages your application may need to pass through before a final decision is reached.
Some minor building works can be carried out without the need to obtain planning permission - this is called permitted development.