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NP/13/0224 - Maes Y Garn, Crymych - Conversion of stone outbuilding to self-contained holiday let - 22/05/2013
NP/13/0223 - Druidstone, Newport - Extension to existing curtilage building for overspill accommodation used for pu - 20/05/2013
NP/13/0222 - St Meryl, Serpentine Road - Conservatory extension to rear of dwelling - 20/05/2013
NP/13/0221 - Millin Farm, The Rhos - Walls & remains of roof to existing freestanding barn/chopping shed to be demoli - 20/05/2013
NP/13/0220 - Lloyds TSB Bank, Cross House - 1 x non illuminated projector, 2 x non illuminated letters, 2 x externally non i - 20/05/2013
NP/13/0219 - Infill plot adjacent to, Greenhill - Erection of detached two bedroom dwellinghouse - 17/05/2013
NP/13/0218 - Brierbank, Broadwell Hayes - Proposed demolition of existing dwelling to slab & construct replacement dwellin - 17/05/2013
NP/13/0217 - 184, Freshwater Bay Holiday Village - Replace flat roof with pitched roof including external cladding - 16/05/2013
For those of you lucky enough to actually live in the National Park we’d be preaching to the converted if we were to talk about the spectacular Coast Path, the stunning sandy beaches, pebbly coves and endless variety of landscapes to explore. Of course you know all about those!
Instead we want to tell you about what the National Park and the Authority is here to do for you. The Authority has a range of services and facilities designed for residents, whether you’re a homeowner, teacher, walker, historian or community group to name but a few.
A hot topic for homeowners in the Park is of course planning. Conserving our past and looking after our wildlife is central to the planning system and in this section you can find out about planning policy, building conservation and how to submit a planning application.
Keep an eye on the Ranger Blog for regular updates on what they're up to. You should also regularly check our news and events in the National Park, or if it’s activities and conservation issues that interest you then visit the Enjoy Pembrokeshire pages and the Looking After section.
Don’t forget we’re also on Facebook, Youtube, Flickr and Twitter! Sound like a different language? Then click on the links and find out more. Join up, become a fan, download some pictures or videos of the National Park. Just get involved!