The historic built environment helps to show the history and development of Pembrokeshire. It creates a sense of place and makes an attractive environment within which to live, work and spend leisure time. It is important that Pembrokeshire’s built heritage is looked after for now and for the future.
Pembrokeshire (excluding the National Park) has 24 Conservation Areas , 1632 Listed Buildings , 236 Scheduled Ancient Monuments , 20 Historic Parks and Gardens and 2 Townscape Heritage Initiatives . In addition the County boasts the UK’s only coastal National Park designation, all of which make up the special natural characteristics and cultural heritage of the area which require protection and, where necessary, enhancement.