The joint applicants intend to submit a planning application to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority seeking planning permission to develop the site.
Before doing so, the applicants are required to undertake a period of statutory consultation on the plans. This statutory consultation follows the informal pre-application consultation on the proposals that took place in spring and summer 2017.
Following the statutory consultation, the applicants will submit a planning application to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority for determination. A planning application is expected to be submitted to the National Park Authority in early 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. From 1 August 2016 developers proposing major development were required to show how they had adhered to the new consultation requirements as part of their application submission.
A number of consultation activities need to be undertaken by the developer before they can submit the planning application. These include:
Under Section 17 of the Planning (Wales) Act 2015 we carried out a pre-application consultation on the proposals. The consultation was held in December 2017 and January 2018. Thank you to everyone who submitted comments on the proposals. A report of the non-statutory and statutory consultation will be submitted to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority as part of the planning application for the development in due course.
As part of our planning application we will be submitting the following documents. These documents are in draft form and will be finalised following the pre-application consultation. You can download and view these documents by clicking on the links below:
These forms will be submitted as part of the planning application
This document outlines the design principles and concepts that have been applied to the proposed development and how any site issues have been overcome.
The Planning Statement identifies the context and need for a proposed development and includes an assessment of how the proposed development accords with relevant national, regional and local planning and retail policies.
The Economics Impact Statement assesses the net additional economic impacts of the proposed development. The methodology note describes the methodologies behind a number of the calculations in the Statement.
The Transport Assessment out transport issues relating to a proposed development, identifying what measures will be taken, the anticipated impacts and safety for all modes of travel.
This document reviews the potential impacts the development could have on trees and that trees could have on a development.
These reports assess the ecological value of the site, the impact the proposed development could have on the ecological value of the site and provides suggestions on how to protect any existing or future ecological features of the site.
Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment identifies potential visual effects of the new development on views and on the landscape itself.
An assessment has been made on the significance of heritage assets and archaeological value of the site in this document.
Detailed flood risk and drainage information with regards to the existing site conditions and an assessment of the proposed develop that are provided in this document.
A Pre-Application Consultation (PAC) report will also be submitted to the National Park Authority as part of the planning application. The PAC report will describe the consultation and feedback on the plans during the informal and statutory consultation.
This PAC report will be completed following the close of the statutory consultation and submitted as part of the planning application to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.
A report of the consultation activities during the informal consultation is available here.