chew valley lake

Conservation Areas are 'areas of special architectural or historic interest, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance' - Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990.

There are 35 designated Conservation areas in Bath & North East Somerset.   In order to protect the special character of these areas, planning permission is required for certain external works to dwellings which would not normally be required elsewhere.  

If you live in a Conservation Area and are thinking about carrying out alterations to your property or work to trees, it is recommended that you first seek advice from the Council.  Information can be found on our Living in a conservation area web page.

For further information please contact the Council's Planning Services on 01225 394041 or email conservation_andplanning@bathnes.gov.uk, or view the advice and guidance, including links to published conservation appraisals, are available on the left and below in the table on this page.

You can view Conservation Areas and search for properties on the Council’s mapping website. This link will take you directly to the Conservation Area Map.

Conservation Area Consultations -

Midsomer Norton and Welton: From 30 May to 8 July 2017 (link)
Queen Charlton: From 30 May to 8 July 2017 (link)
Saltford: From 5 June to 14 July 2017 (link)

50 Years – Bath Conservation Area

Please see our Latest News web page for information, including an event on 17 June 2017.

Conservation Areas in Bath and North East Somerset


 


 Location


Area


 Date of Designation


1


Bath

Development of Bath Conservation Area Character Appraisal.pdf (link)

Please read the above document first to understand the context of the draft appraisals listed below -

Brassmill Lane, Locksbrook and Western Riverside.pdf (link)

City Centre.pdf (link)

Bathwick.pdf (link)

Twerton, Whiteway, Southdown and Moorlands.pdf (link)

Pulteney Road.pdf (link)

North Road and Cleveland Walk.pdf (link)


1,486.00 ha


From ‘68 extensions to ‘02


2


Bathampton


12.50 ha


16 May 1984


3


Batheaston (incl. Northend)


11.75 ha


7 February 1979


4


Bathford


20.00 ha


30 September 1981


5


Charlcombe


09.50 ha


16 December 1981


6


Chew Magna (link)


69.46 ha


12 Jul 1978 ext. 23 Dec 2002


7


Chew Stoke


16.75 ha


13 December 1989


8


Claverton (link)


38.13 ha


4 November 1981


9


Combe Hay (link)


15.75 ha


4 November 1981


10


Compton Martin


11.75 ha


22 September 1993


11


Corston


14.75 ha


15 June 1983


12


East Harptree


11.50 ha


17 May 1978


13


Englishcombe


11.00 ha


8 January 1986


14


Freshford   (incl. Sharpstone) (link)


12.50 ha


5 November 1975


15


Hinton Blewett (link)


05.00 ha


22 April 1992


16


Hinton Charterhouse   (incl.The Green)


05.50 ha


14 December 1983


17


Kelston


98.50 ha


4 Nov 1981 ext. 21 Nov 1990


18


Keynsham (link)


50.65 ha


7 December 2016


19


Midsomer Norton & Welton (link)


54.85 ha


14 April 2004


20


Monkton Combe


09.50 ha


22 February 1978


21 


Newton St Loe


10.63 ha


March 1990


22


North Stoke


05.50 ha


15 September 1982


23


Paulton    (incl. Paulton Basin) (link)


32.55 ha


16 October 2003


24


Pensford (link)


07.50 ha


11 May 1988


25


Queen Charlton


07.00 ha


2 October 1985


26


Radstock    (incl. Braysdown/ Clandown) (link)


248.10 ha


25 March 1999


27


Saltford


11.50 ha


28 April 1977


28


Southstoke (link)


07.00 ha


21 July 1982


29


Stanton Drew


14.00 ha


31 January 1990


30


Timsbury


08.00 ha


22 February 1978


31


Ubley


07.50 ha


12 December 1990


32


Upper Swainswick


10.00 ha


12 January 1983


33


Wellow (link)


13.00 ha


14 September 1983


34


West Harptree


06.00 ha


2 December 1992


35


Woollard (link)


05.50 ha


25 July 1990

 

Conservation Area Appraisals

The Council also has a duty to periodically review the existing Conservation Areas and produce character appraisals which define the boundaries and the special interest of the areas. For more details, see Conservation Area Character Appraisals

For further information please contact the Planning & Conservation Team on 01225 394041 or email conservation_andplanning@bathnes.gov.uk.

 

 

 

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