This page contains details about the Spa Lane conservation area including its appraisals and listed buildings.
Spa Lane Conservation Area was first designated in 1989. The area includes Spa Lane and Mowsley End, together with the adjacent areas fronting onto Bull Head Street. The area consists of mixed residential and industrial use buildings.
There are two Listed Buildings within the Conservation Area which were once occupied as a farmhouse, while other buildings along Spa Lane exhibit long first storey windows which indicate they were used for framework knitting in the past.
Conservation Area Appraisal and Development Control Guidance
An Appraisal and Development Control Guidance have been prepared for the Spa Lane Conservation Area, this fulfils our duty to draw up and publish proposals for the preservation and enhancement of the area as required by the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990.
The Spa Lane Conservation Area Appraisal and Development Control Guidance were subject to public consultation from Tuesday 11th July 2006 to Tuesday 22nd August 2006. After considering representations received, the decision was made on 19th December 2006 to adopt the Appraisal, Development Control Guidance and amend the Conservation Area boundaries which took effect from Monday 15th January 2007.
Amendments to the boundary meant the following properties were included within the Conservation Area: Former Queens Head Public House site; No. 2 Bull Head Street; St Wolstan’s House; St Wistan’s Church and No. 14-18 (even numbers only) Glebe Close. The following property was excluded from the Conservation Area: No. 2 Shearsby Close.
Conservation Area Appraisal
The appraisal assesses the character of the area and notes any changes which may have occurred since its designation, such as, new development, and changes to specific buildings or streetscapes.
Development Control Guidance
The Development Control Guidance seeks to ensure that the area continues to thrive, without prejudicing features which define the character and appearance of the area.
There are two Listed Buildings within the Spa Lane Conservation Area, both being Grade Two (Grade II) Listed. For further information regarding LIsted Buildings, see the below link.
Report on Consultation
The report of consultation describes the process in which the public consultation went through and summarises the representations made and sets out responses to these.
The document has been broken down into chapters and is available on the links below.
Report of Consultation Part 1 (PDF Document, 117.78 Kb)
Report of Consultation Part 2 (PDF Document, 43.1 Kb)
Report of Consultation Part 3 (PDF Document, 320.3 Kb)
Report of Consultation Part 4 (PDF Document, 52.6 Kb)
Report of Consultation Part 5 (PDF Document, 209.63 Kb)
Report of Consultation Part 6 (PDF Document, 242.24 Kb)
Report of Consultation Part 7 (PDF Document, 242.01 Kb)
Report of Consultation Part 8 (PDF Document, 225.94 Kb)
Report of Consultation Part 9 (PDF Document, 228.7 Kb)
Report of Consultation Part 10 (PDF Document, 197.53 Kb)
Report of Consultation Part 11 (PDF Document, 203.92 Kb)
Report of Consultation Part 12 (PDF Document, 210.18 Kb)
Report of Consultation Part 13 (PDF Document, 154.24 Kb)
Report of Consultation Part 14 (PDF Document, 117.12 Kb)
Report of Consultation Part 15 (PDF Document, 45.2 Kb)
Report of Consultation Part 16 (PDF Document, 118.97 Kb)
Conservation Areas Supplementary Planning Document
The Conservation Areas Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) provides policy guidance to ensure that the character and appearance of Borough Conservation Areas are maintained through effective management.
Please note, on the 16th April 2019 the Council resolved to adopt a revised Conservation Areas SPD. Links to the most up to date document are contained below.
Last updated: Wednesday, 15 July 2020 11:26 am