Guildford, Surrey


Planning and conservation areas in Guildford

A conservation area is an area of special historical or architectural interest with a character or appearance that it is desirable to preserve or enhance. Additional planning regulations decided on by the local planning authority are put in place to preserve the special character of these areas. Guildford's conservation areas are:

Abbotswood Onslow Village
Abinger Hammer Peaslake
Albury Pirbright
Basingstoke Canal South Puttenham
Bisley Camp Ripley
Bridge Street Seale
Charlotteville and Warren Road Shackleford
Chilworth Gunpowder Mills Shalford
Eashing Shere
East Clandon St Catherine's
East Horsley Stoke Fields
Effingham Stoughton Barracks
Guildford Town Centre Wanborough
Holmbury St. Mary Waterden Road
Littleton West Clandon
Millmead and Portsmouth Road West Horsley
Ockham Wood Street
Ockham Mill Worplesdon

Local planning authorities can refuse planning permission for a number of reasons. However, due to more stringent regulations within a conservation area, obtaining approval there can prove more difficult. In cases where planning permission has not been approved, you can choose to appeal. Get Planning and Archirecture has an impressive track record in handling appeals in conservation areas and can support you expertly through the process.


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