The Bannau Brycheiniog National Park Authority plays a vitally important role in securing the conservation of the historic environment, whilst ensuring that it accommodates and remains responsive to present day needs. This is achieved by working in conjunction with other bodies and organisations such as the Welsh Government, Cadw and the Welsh Archaeological Trusts.
Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas are protected through the planning regime. The areas where planning controls are affected by built heritage are:
- Listed Building Consent
- Conservation Area Consent
- Advert Consent
- Tree works in Conservation Area
- Extensions and new build within conservation area
You can find out more about how Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas are protected through the Planning regime on the links below:
Bannau Brycheiniog National Park Local Development Plan (LDP), adopted December 2013
Listed Buildings and Listed Building Consent
Conservation Areas and Conservation Area Consent
The Welsh Government recognises the potential threat to archaeological remains posed by development, and the desirability of preserving archaeological remains and their setting is a material consideration in determining a planning application.
You can find out more about how archaeological remains are protected through the Planning regime on the link below: