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Pembrokeshire County Council is proposing to amend its Off Street parking order (car parks).
It follows a full review of the service, which was considered by Cabinet in March 2020 who agreed to proceed to consultation. This has been delayed until now because of Covid-19.
The review proposes that the parking service reaches a full cost recovery position (it currently runs at a loss) and also provides income for the following: · protecting the future of public toilets situated in car parks · providing additional street lighting in car parks · increasing the budget for minor improvement works and general maintenance · rolling out cashless parking payment machines
Some key proposed changes include: · amending seasonal charges to all year charges · increasing the cost of a coastal permit · introducing a new maximum stay on Goodwick Bridge car park (the flags car park)
Hywel Dda University Health Board (UHB) is asking the people of Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire to help it further shape and deliver future services by taking part in a six-week engagement exercise. The public is also being asked to nominate sites for a new hospital based four criteria:
The nominated site must be within the zone between and including St Clears in Carmarthenshire and Narberth in Pembrokeshire. This location is the most central to most of the population in the south of the Hywel Dda area. The nominated site should be a minimum of 35 acres of reasonably developable land. The nominated site should have realistic prospects of obtaining planning permission for a new hospital. There should be appropriate transport infrastructure for a major hospital site.