The applicants undertook two phases of public and stakeholder consultation on the proposals. An informal pre-application consultation on the proposals took place in spring and summer 2017 which was followed by a statutory consultation on the plans in December 2017 and January 2018.
In March 2016, key elements of the Planning (Wales) Act 2015 (the Act) were implemented. Developers are thus required to carry out statutory pre-application consultation on planning applications for major developments in Wales. A number of consultation activities need to be undertaken before the applicants can submit a planning application. These include:
Under Section 17 of the Planning (Wales) Act 2015 the applicants carried out a pre-application consultation on the proposals. The consultation was held in December 2017 and January 2018.
Reports of the non-statutory and statutory consultations were submitted to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority as part of the planning application for the development. The application documents can be found here. The ‘PAC report’ summarises the statutory consultation and the ‘Engagement report’ summarises the non-statutory consultation. Thank you to everyone who submitted comments on the proposal, your feedback is greatly appreciated.
The submitted planning application can be viewed on the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park’s website. Click here to be taken to the page on the site where the application documents are listed here. The application reference is 18/0051/OUT.
With the application submitted you can comment on the application directly to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority. There are two ways of doing so:
c/o Nicola Gandy
Land at Glasfryn Road application (18/0051/OUT),
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Offices,
Please include the application reference 18/0051/OUT in all correspondence. The Park has not provided a deadline for the receipt of comments.