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Performance and Statistics

What we do

We provide a wide range of services for residents, businesses and visitors.

We:
  • Serve a population of over 124,000 people
  • Collect rubbish and recycling from over 62,000 households
  • Maintain approximately 2,500 kilometres of road, 650 bridges and 15,000 street lights
  • Provide over 90 car parks with in excess of 8,000 spaces
  • Are responsible for 67 schools, providing education for more than 18,300 pupils 
  • Provide support to pupils with additional learning needs; child protection, safeguarding and youth services
  • Own and manage more than 5,600 homes
  • Provide adults with information and advice to help them to live independently in the community, as well as direct support for over 5,000 vulnerable adults
  • Develop a Local Development Plan, which we are required to review every four years, and process around 1,200 planning applications a year
  • Provide a wide range of public protection services, including environmental health, trading standards and licensing 
  • Help maintain Pembrokeshire's award winning beaches, which boast 12 Blue Flag, 14 Green Coast and 28 Seaside Awards
  • Manage the county's leisure facilities, and its libraries, museums and archives

 

The census is coming on Sunday 21 March. By taking part, you can help inform decisions on services that shape your community, such as:

  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • Transport

Census website

ID: 462, revised 18/02/2021