Bluestone holiday village

Planning permission for the Bluestone holiday village in Pembrokeshire has "subverted the primary purposes of national parks", the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales (CPRW) complained this week. In an open letter to Welsh first minister Rhodri Morgan, the group said that the decision places "undue weight" on the economic role of national parks. "The park officers explicitly wanted their members not to set such a precedent," the CPRW pointed out. "National park authorities will have great difficulty in protecting their treasures."

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