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Planning Portal

Planning Portal

The Planning Portal is available to you in association with the Council's Planning Services. The Planning Portal is intended to be the first point of call for anyone who wants to find out about the planning systems in England and Wales.

It is aimed at everyone, from central government and local authorities to planning professionals and interested lay people.

The Planning Portal offers the latest Planning News, access to Regulations and Guidance Notes for applications and Appeals Procedure.

Planning Portal Home Page (opens new window)

The Planning Portal offers a wide range of services and guidance on the planning system. This is the main entry page into the portal. From here you check if you need planning permission for a development, find jobs in planning in the Careers zone, find out more about planning appeals, and read the latest planning news.

Guide to the Planning System (opens new window)

The Guide section offers a brief introduction to the planning system and some explanation of what planning is for and why it is important to us all. This section of the Planning Portal is intended for both householders and business people. It explains why planning controls are necessary and how decisions are made.

Appeals (opens new window)

The Appeals section provides information on making an appeal against a planning or enforcement decision. It also allows you to submit an appeal online.

Policy & Research (opens new window)

The Policy & Research section of the Portal is aimed at planning professionals and those with an in-depth interest in planning policy and reform.

Online Planning Applications (opens new window)

An alternative route to submitting your planning application to us. In this area you can: create a planning application and send it electronically to Pembrokeshire County Council's Planning Service along with any attachments, or complete the forms on your computer then print and send them by post as part of a traditional paper application.

ID: 8252 Revised: 29/9/2015