London Borough of Croydon

Addington Village

Designated July 1973

A historic village with medieval origins in a rural setting which contributes to its special character. The village's architecture ranges from a wide range of historical periods.

Beulah Hill

Designated December 2008

A significant grouping of Georgian and Victorian villas, including a number of listed and locally listed buildings.

Download a copy of the Croydon Minster Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (CAAMP) Supplementary Planning Document below.

The adoption and consultation statements for the Beulah Hill CAAMP and other Supplementary Planning Documents that were adopted 13 July 2015 can be downloaded below. The consultation statement includes a log of the Croydon Council responses to all comments received as part of the public consultation.

Bradmore Green

Designated July 1968

The heart of Old Coulsdon, focused around the open spaces of Bradmore Green and Grange Park. A number of historic listed and locally listed buildings lie between the 18th century farmhouse and the 13th century grade I listed church of St John.

Central Croydon

Designated November 1982, extended December 2008

An area focused on Croydon's historic municipal and commercial heart, including a great variety of historic listed and locally listed buildings from several centuries. 

Download a copy of the Central Croydon Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (CAAMP) Supplementary Planning Document below. Please see also the Old Town Masterplan, which includes additional planning guidance for part of the Central Croydon conservation area. 

Croham Manor Road

Designated December 2008

A notable collection of early twentieth century locally listed houses with a wealth of arts and crafts features.

Download a copy of the Croham Manor Road Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (CAAMP) Supplementary Planning Document below.

Chatsworth Road

Designated October 2008

An area of well preserved large Victorian and Edwardian houses, in a range of notable styles, located in close proximity to Croydon town centre.

Download a copy of the Chatsworth Road Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (CAAMP) Supplementary Planning Document below.

In order to protect the special character of the conservation area, and in line with section 8.2 of the Chatsworth Road Conservation Area Management Plan, the council has confirmed a non-immediate Article 4 Direction which will take effect from 21 January 2016.

Church Road, Croydon

Designated 1974, extended February 1982, March 1986, August 1992, October 2008 and July 2015

Focused on one of Upper Norwood's grandest and most historic streets, the area also encompasses Beaulieu Heights, Sylvan Hill and Grange Hill as well as several listed and locally listed buildings.

Download a copy of the Church Road Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (CAAMP) Supplementary Planning Document below. The adoption and consultation statements for the Church Road CAAMP and other Supplementary Planning Documents that were also adopted 13 July 2015 can be downloaded below. The consultation statement includes a log of the Croydon Council responses to all comments received as part of the public consultation.

The boundary of the Church Road Conservation Area was amended in 2015. Please download a copy of the Notice of Amendment below.

Church Street, Croydon

Designated December 2008

Focused on the historic thoroughfare which curves through Croydon's Old Town, linking the High Street with the area around the Croydon Minster. The conservation area has a number of listed and locally listed buildings dated from the early eighteenth century onwards.

Download a copy of the Church Street Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (CAAMP) Supplementary Planning Document below. Please see also the Old Town Masterplan which includes additional planning guidance for the Church Street Conservation Area.

Croydon Minster (formerly Parish Church)

Designated October 1971

The heart of Croydon's old town, encompassing the highly significant medieval and Victorian Parish Church of St John and the former Archbishop's Palace, both Grade I listed, as well as a number of other listed and unlisted buildings of note.

Download a copy of the Croydon Minster Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (CAAMP) Supplementary Planning Document below. Please see also the Old Town Masterplan, which includes additional planning guidance for the Croydon Minster Conservation Area.

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