Woking, Surrey


Planning and conservation areas in Woking

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. Woking's conservation areas are:

Ashwood Road/Heathside Park Road Lower Knaphill
Aviary Road, Pyrford Mount Hermon
Basingstoke Canal Old Avenue, West Byfleet
Birchwood Road, West Byfleet Old Woking
Brooklands (part of) Pond Road
Brookwood Cemetery Pyrford
Byfleet Corner/ Rosemount Parade, West Byfleet Station Approach, West Byfleet
Byfleet Village St Johns
Fishers Hill, Hook Heath Sutton Park/Sutton Green
Holyoake Crescent, Horsell The Hockering
Horsell Wey and Godalming Navigations
Horsell Birch  Wheatsheaf
  Woking Town Centre


Local planning authorities can refuse planning permission for a number of reasons. However, due to more stringent regulations within a conservation area, it can be more difficult to obtain approval there. In cases where planning permission has not been approved, you can choose to appeal. With years of experience, Get Planning and Architecture has acquired expert knowledge and an impressive track record in handling appeals in conservation areas and can support you expertly through the process.

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