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Preston City council have prepared a draft appraisal for public consultation.
Section 69(2) of the Act imposes a duty on local authorities to review their conservation areas from time to time and Section 71 requires local authorities to formulate and publish proposals for the preservation and enhancement of conservation areas.
The scope and nature of the appraisal is to re-assess the special historic interest of the area in line with current legislation and national and local planning policies and guidance produced by Historic England.
The objective is to understand and articulate why the area is special and which elements within the area contribute to this special quality and those which do not.
A copy of the Fulwood Conservation area appraisal and the Cabinet report for members can be found in the documents section of this page.
To make a comment or suggestion on the draft appraisal please complete our online form.
The consultation will run for 4 weeks and will end on Friday 8 December 2017.
We will be holding a drop in event on Wednesday 22 November, 10am - 12pm at Sharoe Green Library to answer any questions on the Fulwood Conservation Area Character Appraisal.
Designated: 2008 (The Fulwood Conservation Area is comprised of the former Watling Street Road and Nooklands Conservation Areas)
Area: 100 Ha.
Article 4: An Article 4 Direction has now been made for the Fulwood Conservation Area (Dec. 2010). The relevant documents are attached below including a plan showing the area covered by the Direction.
There is provision within the legislation for owners or occupiers of properties affected by the Direction to make representations to the City Council concerning its scope, in terms of the types of development that require consent, and also the boundary of the area covered by the Direction.
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