In this section of the web site you will find information and advice about conservation.

The first Conservation Area in England was first designated in 1967 and according to English Heritage, there are now over 8000. A conservation area can be defined as a tract of land that has been awarded a protected status, due to either its natural features, its cultural heritage or its ecological value, to ensure that it is protected for years to come.

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Last updated: Thursday, 9 July 2020 9:37 am