London Borough of Hackney

 Hackney, Navarino Mansions

Planning and conservation areas in Hackney

Section 69 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 requires a local planning authority to designate an area a conservation area if it is of special architectural or historic importance and has a character that is worthy of being preserved or enhanced. In Hackney these conservation areas are:

Albion Square Lordship Park
Broadway Market Mare Street
Clapton Common Newington Green (North)
Clapton Pond Northwold and Cazenove
Clapton Square Queensbridge Road
Clissold Park Regent's Canal
Dalston Lane (West) St. Mark's
De Beauvoir South Shoreditch
Fremont and Warneford Stoke Newington
Graham Road and Mapledene Stoke Newington Reservoirs, Filter Beds and New River
Hackney Road Sun Street
Hackney Wick Town Hall Square
Hoxton Street Underwood Street
Kingsland Victoria Park
Lea Bridge  

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Planning permission can be refused by the local planning authority for a number of reasons. However due to more stringent regulations within a conservation area, carrying out construction or re-development can prove more challenging. With years of experience Get Planning and Architecture has acquired expert knowledge and can support you if you need to appeal for any reason. We have addressed many challenging planning and development issues successfully throughout the years and have an excellent track record in winning appeals.

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