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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 seventeen Conservation Areas which are shown below. Further designations may follow as deemed appropriate. The Council has produced Conservation Area Appraisals for eleven of the Conservation Areas.

The boundaries of all Conservation Areas can also be viewed on the Council's interactive mapping service.

Maps of Conservation Areas (year of designation)

Alverstoke Conservation Area Map (1975) (PDF) [439KB]

Anglesey Conservation Area Map (1975) (PDF) [1MB]

Bury Road Conservation Area Map (1975 extended 2018) (PDF) [2MB]

Peel Road Conservation Area Map (1975) (PDF) [309KB]

High Street Conservation Area Map (1979) (PDF) [427KB]

Forton Road Conservation Area Map (1983) (PDF) [334KB]

Hardway Conservation Area Map (1985) (PDF) [1MB]

Haslar Barracks Conservation Area Map (2017) (PDF) [1MB]

Rowner Village Conservation Area Map (1988) (PDF) [458KB]

Priddys Hard Conservation Area Map (1990) (PDF) [2MB]

St George Barracks North Conservation Area Map (1990) (PDF) [610KB]

St George Barracks South Conservation Area Map (1990) (PDF) [478KB]

Royal Clarence Yard Conservation Area Map (1990) (PDF) [531KB]

Haslar Peninsula Conservation Area Map (1990) (PDF) [764KB]

Lee on the Solent Conservation Area Map (1990 extended 2009) (PDF) [6MB]

Stoke Road Conservation Area Map (1992) (PDF) [418KB]

Daedalus Conservation Area Map (1999) (PDF) [309KB]

 

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