Conservation Area Studies
The objective of a Conservation Area Study is to provide a clearly defined analysis of the character and appearance and special interest of a conservation area or group of conservation areas which is defensible on appeal, assists in development control decisions and identifies proposals for enhancement or preservation.
A Study is a background supporting document to the Appraisal Statements for each conservation area. Conservation Area Studies have been subject to public consultation before adoption by the Council. Over time they will be reviewed and combined with the Appraisal Statements to form one ‘Character Appraisal and Management Plan’ for each individual conservation area.
Not every Conservation Area has an accompanying study.
Some studies have accompanying separate guidance for shopfronts and/or properties covered by Article 4 Directions.
Contact Planning Policy and Design
If you have any questions or comments, please contact Planning Policy and Design:
Policy and Design
2nd Floor Civic Centre
Telephone: 020 8891 7117