- Waste Paper and Card to Bio-mass Solid Fuel
- Dr Beynon’s Bug Farm: Phase I
- Green Key Pilot
- Saundersfoot Regency Hall Community Regeneration Project
- Caerhys Organic Community Agriculture Polytunnel
Welcome to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s Planning Pages. Here we explain how our planning service contributes to achieving the National Park Purposes, whilst meeting development needs within this protected landscape. It’s in this section that you will find the planning policies, planning advice, applications and information on building conservation.
Planning Meetings Calendar
Quick links into the relevant sections are below. These sections are found under Living In:
Planning Advice and Applications
Effective planning policies are needed to control and guide new development and protect the National Park, making it a better place to live in and to visit. At the same time, development must be allowed to meet the needs of local people and the local economy. So, new developments need to be carefully considered on the basis of agreed policies.
Conserving our past and looking after our wildlife is also central to the planning system, in terms of nationally and internationally protected sites, monuments, buildings and species and their contribution to the wider National Park landscape.
The National Park contains 14 Conservation Areas, places of historic and architectural importance, which we are working to protect and enhance. We believe that all our historic buildings are of value, not just the listed ones, and that together they make up the 'flavour' of the National Park, and this is where our Building Conservation Officer comes in.
Building or renovating a house in the National Park may seem a bit daunting with the application process and policies to take into account. But don’t panic because in this section you will find information and advice, as well as FAQs, on matters ranging from pre-application advice, the application process, landscape matters, appeals, enforcement and service standards to name but a few. And if your questions are still not answered then please just contact us!