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Draft Equality Objectives

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is consulting on its draft Equality Objectives 2020-2024.

The Authority’s current objectives have been reviewed and the new proposed objectives fall under four areas with four longer term aims: 


Long Term Aim

The Park – A Landscape for Everyone

Create a Park that is a Landscape for Everyone

Our Services – Accessible and Inclusive

Our services are accessible and inclusive by default and our projects are contributing to addressing inequality

Our Workforce – Diverse, Supportive and Inclusive

Our workforce is diverse, we are an employee of choice and staff feel supported within an inclusive and fair work environment

Governance and Engagement – Increased Participation

A diverse range of people are able to influence the work of the Authority and decisions that affect the Park area

Here is information on our draft objectives and information on how we developed them.

The Authority is now consulting on the draft objectives and welcomes comments which may be sent in writing to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, Llanion Park, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, SA72 6DY or emailed to to be received before 17 January 2020.