College Conservation Area Appraisal

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Conservation areas were established in the 1960s as a means of preserving areas of historic and architectural interest. The idea was that by identifying areas worthy of preservation, describing them and by imposing a set of enhanced conditions to protect them, the character and integrity of such areas could be maintained for future generations.

Over the last half a century over 10 000 conservation areas have been designated across England, taking in urban, rural, coastal and suburban locations and representing the full range of architectural styles and street forms.

Here in Eastbourne we have 12.

We are invited to undertake regular reviews of all of our conservation areas and have just completed an appraisal of the College Conservation Area, which we are now looking to consult with the public on.

The consultation period runs from Thursday 14 February 2019 through Thursday 28 March 2019.

The full document is available as a PDF by clicking here

You can respond to the consultation by clicking here

It is also available to read on site as a hard paper copy at the Customer Contact Centre at 1 Grove Road, Eastbourne during opening hours.

We will also be running an open public meeting at which the consultants employed to undertake the appraisal will present their findings on Wednesday 27 February 2019 from 4-5pm at the Eastbourne Town Hall, Grove Road, BN21 4TX.

If you would like to attend this session, please email our Conservation Advisor Chris Connelley on chris.connelley@lewes-eastbourne.gov.uk.

You can respond to this consultation

Timeline

  • Opened
    14 Feb 2019 at 12:00
  • Closes
    28 Mar 2019 at 17:00
  • Response to be published

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