The Friends will, if it thinks appropriate, respond to consultation documents from any body or Planning Authority on issues that could impinge upon the policy of the National Park. Whilst we generally do not interfere with individual planning applications, if considered to have a wider impact on policy affecting the National Park as a whole, we may also consider lodging an objection. The Friends’ responses are below, in date order of response with the latest at the top.

Newgale Coastal Adaptation Plan Preferred Route

The Friends indicated their support for the recently selected preferred route to Pembrokeshire County Council, but emphasised the need for the Newgale Masterplan to be progressed and funded in tandem with the road scheme.

The full response can be read here, and you can see details of the preferred route on the PCC site.

Response to St Davids Glasfryn Road planning application

A planning application for housing and a Premier Inn on the edge of St Davids has now been submitted to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority. The proposal has divided opinion both locally and more widely. FPCNP have written a response which can be read here.

Comments on proposal for new house above Aberbach, Dinas Cross

FPCNP have commented on a planning application to demolish and rebuild Pont y Meddyg above Aberbach, near Dinas Cross. You can read the letter here.

St Davids – Glasfryn Road and Premier Inn

4th January 2018: FPCNP have responded to the Pre-application Consultation for land to the west of Glasfryn Rd, St Davids. The proposed use includes new housing and a Premier Inn. You can see the proposal at the external website www.glasfrynroadplans.co.uk.

Read the FPCNP response here.

   (Images from www.glasfrynroadplans.co.uk)