THE LEADER of Pembrokeshire County Council will add a sun room to his family home after planning permission was granted.
Cllr David Simpson’s application was decided by the planning committee on Tuesday, June 18 because of his membership of the council.
Members unanimously agreed that the single story extension to his home in Clynderwen be approved.
A report to the committee states that the extension would be a sun room and the extension “fairly square” with a foot print of 28 square metres.
“It would have a flat roof hidden by a decorative cast concrete coping with the highest point measuring 3.3 metres above ground level.
The extension would have painted roughcast rendered walls, white UPVC windows and doors and black UPVC rainwater goods,” added the report.
The extension would not be visible from nearby public vantage points, the report adds, and due to the nature of the landscape and its loping away from neighbouring properties, its impact would be minimal.