Pembrokeshire County Council manages approximately 5,500 acres of farmland across the County, made up of 44 equipped farms with accommodation and farm buildings, as well as bare land and grazing land. Usage is mixed across the estate and is made up of a mix of beef, horticulture and dairy farms.
The Council is currently undertaking a review of its County Farm Estate Policy, which was last considered in 2016. A task and finish group consisting of five Councillors will be considering a range of information and, as part of this, we would like your views on what we currently do and whether there are any improvements we can make.
To take part in the survey complete our online response form
The deadline for responses is 24th September 2019.