Fitzjohns and Netherhall conservation area statement

The Fitzjohns and Netherhall conservation area statement was adopted in March 2001. The information below will help you understand what this document is and what information it includes.

What is the Fitzjohns and Netherhall conservation area statement?

The Fitzjohns and Netherhall conservation area statement defines and analyses what makes the conservation area 'special' and provides important information to local residents, community groups, businesses, property owners, architects and developers about the types of alterations and development that are likely to be acceptable or unacceptable in the conservation area.

This document is used in the assessment of planning applications for proposed developments in the Fitzjohns and Netherhall conservation area.

What information is included in the Fitzjohns and Netherhall conservation area statement?

The Fitzjohns and Netherhall conservation area statement includes the following information:

  • a description and assessment of the area’s special character
  • a comprehensive study of street furniture, paving materials and fixtures
  • a newly compiled list of:
  • buildings that make a positive contribution to the conservation area
  • buildings that make a negative contribution to the conservation area
  •  listed buildings
  • a management strategy providing a clear and structured approach to development and alterations which impact on the Fitzjohns and Netherhall conservation area

 

Where can I find out further information?

For further information please contact the duty planner.

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