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Designation of Conservation Areas

The Borough Council has a duty to identify those areas within the Borough that have a 'Special' Architectural or Historic Character that it wishes to preserve or enhance and to designate them as Conservation Areas. Such areas will normally be based on the older areas of the town and may well contain Listed Buildings within their boundaries. Groups of buildings, trees, open space and water features contribute to this special character. The Borough Council has designated sixteen Conservation Areas up to 2000 and further designations may follow as deemed appropriate.

 

Maps of Conservation Areas (year of designation)

 

Alverstoke (1975)

Anglesey (1975)

Bury Road (1975)

Peel Road (1975)

High Street, Gosport (1979)

Forton Road (1983)

Hardway (1985)

Rowner Village (1988)

Priddy’s Hard (1990)

St George Barracks North (1990)

Royal Clarence Yard (1990)

St George Barracks South (1990)

Haslar Peninsula (1990)

Lee-on-the-Solent (1990 extended 2009)

Stoke Road (1992)

Daedalus (1999)

 

Link to Conservation Area Appraisals

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