Members of the public are being invited to put forward sites which they consider should be identified for, or protected from development – known as Candidate Sites.
The information is required for the Replacement Local Development Plan (LDP2), the evidence base for which is currently being developed by Pembrokeshire County Council.
LDP2 will replace the current Local Development Plan for the area of Pembrokeshire outside the National Park when adopted in 2021.
There are 12 weeks for members of the public to submit a Candidate Site. All submissions must relate to the areas of Pembrokeshire outside the National Park.
The period for submission of Candidate Sites commences on Thursday 22nd March and ends at 5pm on Thursday 14th June 2018.
The Council will consider every suggestion made, and will inform those who have suggested sites of the initial outcome in autumn 2019.
To submit a Candidate Site, individuals must complete a standard form. There is a guidance note explaining what information should be provided.
The form and guidance note are available using the links below:
Those who have already written to the Council regarding their land must also complete this form.
Forms can either be returned by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post.
All submitted sites will be publicly available. The names of individuals and/or organisations suggesting Candidate Sites will also be made public.
The submission of Candidate Sites is only a part of the information gathering process for the new plan – and is not a commitment by the Council to take forward any submitted site into the LDP2.
For more information on the LDP Review process, please view the planning section on Pembrokeshire County Council’s website at www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk/planning or phone the Contact Centre on 01437 764551.