A report about the lease agreement between the council and a caravan park in Stepaside was not discussed due to potential legal proceedings.
Pembrokeshire County Council’s cabinet had been due to discuss a car park condition including space for visitors, and multi-user path provision included in a 999 year lease of Heritage Park Caravan Site to Heritage Leisure Developments Ltd.
However, director of community services Dr Steven Jones reported to cabinet at its virtual meeting on Monday, September 14, that the report had been withdrawn.
He told councillors that due to the commencement of development at the sire the authority had “no alternative” but to investigate legal proceedings.
Dr Jones added that it would not be appropriate to consider the report in the circumstances.
A recommendation to cabinet was to undertake public consultation about the impact of a deed variation and relevant impact assessments
Last week the council’s planning committee deferred a decision on condition variations to a previous application which limited the size of new caravans and their occupation before a new car park was completed.
Members of the committee will make a site visit before making a decision.
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