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Planning and conservation areas in Greenwich

A conservation area is an area whose character and appearance is deemed worthy of preservation because of its architectural and historical interest. Conservation areas are designated as such under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990. Twenty conservation areas exist in Greenwich. These are:

Ashburnham Triangle Plumstead Common
Blackheath Progress Estate
Blackheath Park Rectory Field
Charlton Village Royal Arsenal Woolwich
Deptford High Street Shrewsbury Park Estate
East Greenwich Sun in the Sands
Eltham Green Well Hall Pleasaunce
Eltham Palace West Greenwich
Goldie Leigh Hospital Westcombe Park
Greenwich Park Woolwich Common

 
For the latest information visit www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk.

The team at Get Planning and Architecture has expert knowledge of the complexities surrounding planning and development in conservation areas, listed buildings and in the application and appeals process. We have had a high level of success in appealing on behalf of our clients when initial planning permission has been refused by the local planning authority. This success has been in all sectors whether residential, commercial or retail.

 
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