Wallingford Conservation Area Appraisal

We recently consulted on our draft conservation area appraisal for Wallingford, which proposes some revisions to the town's conservation area boundary. The purpose of the appraisal is to define the special architectural or historic interest of the conservation area. 

The document will support the council’s duty to consider the desirability of preserving or enhancing the character and appearance of the area when determining planning applications.

For further information on what a conservation area is and what effect it has, please click here 

Viewing the appraisal

The version of the appraisal that we consulted on is available to view below.  It has been split into four separate documents for ease of download:

Parts 1-5 (7.3 MB) PDF - introduction, assessments of special interest, historic development, archaeology and a spatial analysis of the conservation area.

Parts 6-10 (5.0 MB) PDF - detailed character area analysis, discussion of the proposed boundary changes, suggestions for future management of the conservation area, references and useful information.

Appendix A (3.0 MB) PDF - photographic and descriptive gazetteer of all local interest buildings identified on map 6 of the appraisal.

Appendix B (6.2 MB) PDF - all statutory, OS and other annotated maps used in the appraisal (at A3 for higher resolution)

What happens next?

We are currently reviewing the feedback received throughout the consultation, which closed on Wednesday 22 November 2017.

The updated appraisal and supporting documents will then be considered by Cabinet and, if approved, become adopted documents and will be used in the determination of planning applications. 

Last reviewed: 23 - 11 - 2017

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