The Council has received the Inspector's Report on the Pembrokeshire County Council Local Development Plan (for the County but excluding the area of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park).
The report is titled the ‘Report on the Examination into the Pembrokeshire County Council Local Development Plan Adoption - 2021' and has been submitted by the Inspector to the Council. It is available to view here
The Inspector has concluded that, with the recommended changes outlined in his report incorporated into the LDP, the Plan satisfies the requirements of Section 64 (5) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 and meets the tests of soundness set out in LDP Wales.
The Council must now adopt the Plan - this is required to take place within 8 weeks of the date of receipt of the Inspector's report.
When adopted, the Pembrokeshire County Council Local Development Plan will become the Development Plan for Pembrokeshire (excluding the area of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park) and will provide a basis for decisions on land use planning in this area. It will supersede the Joint Unitary Development Plan for Pembrokeshire in the parts of the County within the Council's planning jurisdiction.