AN iconic Tenby landmark is going to be the feature of a public inquiry hearing by the Planning Inspectorate in March.

This follows an appeal launched by the developer of St Catherine’s Island, Peter Prosser, to the Welsh Assembly Government over planning conditions which were imposed on the project.

These were laid down last May when the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s development management committee granted planning permission for the island’s use as a visitor attraction.

The hearing will take place on Tuesday, March 22 at 10am at the authority’s offices in Pembroke Dock.