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A surviving area of previous common land that has been incorporated into the Victorian expansion of Preston.
Conservation area is based in a village with farmhouses grouped around a series of village greens used as market spaces for surrounding farmsteads.
The majority of buildings within the boundary date from the mid-19th century and are designated heritage assets, recognised for their architectural and historic merit.
Our draft revised Moor Park Conservation Area Appraisal is now ready for public consultation.
Conservation areas are defined as areas of special architectural or historic interest.
A mixture of 19th and 20th century commercial and retail buildings.
The grounds were designed and laid out by George Rowbotham, the Parks Superintendent at Preston.
One of the finest examples nationally of a nineteenth century barracks.
A mixture of fine Georgian town houses with attractive views across the Ribble valley
This historic route into Preston from a westerly direction with a strong urban character of townhouses.
Moor Park is of national importance as a designated heritage asset and is included in the register of Historic Parks and Gardens, Grade II listed.
Ashton was developed as a fashionable Victorian residential suburb from the mid 19th Century.
St Ignatius Square is an early example of a formal square with the church in the centre bordered by housing.