A planning application to build 14 self catering units at holiday park in Broadmoor has been approved.

The application submitted by Dean Deakin of Myrtle Holiday Park, was discussed at a meeting of Pembrokeshire County Council’s planning committee on Tuesday.

The Holiday Park is located adjoining the settlement boundary of Broadmoor, with the site comprising of static caravans. The application site itself is a vacant area of land to the south east of the holiday park accessible from the internal road layout.

The application seeks permission for the erection 14 self-catering units, with the buildings having a footprint of 66 square metres with a height of 4.3 metres.

Half of the units would have a solid construction with a render finish with the other half having a timber frame construction with timber clad walls under slate covered roofs.

Internally the units would comprise three bedrooms, shower room and a kitchen/living area.

A circular, central parking area is proposed which would provide parking for the units and a new link road would provide access to each unit.

East Williamston Community Council have offered their support of the proposals.

Members of the planning committee voted unanimously to approve the application.