Roe Green/Beesley Green conservation area appraisal

The council is preparing a conservation area appraisal for the Roe Green / Beesley Green conservation area.

What is a conservation area appraisal?

A conservation area appraisal identifies what is important about the character and appearance of a conservation area and identifies its special interest. A conservation area appraisal can:

  • identify buildings and features that make a positive contribution to the conservation area
  • inform decisions on planning applications within and around the conservation area
  • amend the boundary of the conservation area

Next steps

The council undertook a six week period of public consultation on the draft conservation area appraisal between 12 February and 29 March 2016. Consultees were notified of the consultation, and flyers were distributed to properties across the area. In addition a community drop-in event was held at Beesley Green community centre on 2 March 2016.

We are now considering all comments that were submitted during the consultation period, and will take these into account in informing the final version of the conservation area appraisal which the council intends to adopt.

The draft conservation area appraisal and all documents associated with the consultation can be downloaded below for reference.

This page was last updated on 7 April 2016

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