Tenby planning applications

Sunday 1st May 2022 11:45 am
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Among planning applications considered by Tenby Town Council at their meeting last week, for recommendation to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority were the following:

NP/22/0217/FUL: Proposed holiday let/Airbnb accomodation, at No 6 Powys, Clement Terrace, Tenby - (Refusal was recommended, members view the proposed accomodation as an overdevelopment of the site and question the suitability of the single carriageway access road for this type of operation).

NP/22/0228/FUL: The erection of a temporary coastal defence system incorporating gabion baskets and ‘mattresses’ made of steel frames and filled with stone, to be set out in front and laid on top of the existing dune system for an approximate length of 200 metres to protect the dunes and golf course adjacent to them from storm damage and erosion for a period of up to 10 years, at Tenby Golf Club, Battery Road, Tenby - (Approval recommended, members feel these measures are vital to help to mitigate the effects of coastal erosion on the viability and attraction of a links course considered to be the birthplace of Welsh golf).

NP/22/0238/FUL: CCTV cameras and supporting posts to an existing car park, at Seafront Car Park, Southcliffe Street, Tenby - (Approval recommended, considered against all the relevant policies within the LDP, and taking the obligations placed on the town council by the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 to have regard to the effect of its actions on preventing crime and disorder, members support this application in the interests of public safety and security).


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