Conservation areas in Croydon
To find out if a property is located within a conservation area, please use the search options on the Croydon Interactive Proposals Map.
Conservation area general guidance
The conservation area general guidance supplementary planning document provides guidance for development and maintenance of properties and sites within conservation areas which includes:
- demolition of buildings
- alterations to buildings
- design of new development
- satellite dishes.
A copy of the conservation area general guidance can be downloaded below.
For further general information on conservation areas please see the Historic England website: https://historicengland.org.uk/advice/planning/conservation-areas/
Conservation areas appraisals and management plans
Conservation Area Appraisals and Management plans (CAAMPs) provide detailed information on the special character of conservation areas and provide guidance for development and maintenance of properties. We are in the process of producing and updating our CAAMPs to improve the protection of all of Croydon's conservation areas. Since 2012 we have adopted 15 CAAMPs for the Beulah Hill, Central Croydon, Chatsworth Road, Church Road, Church Street, Croham Manor Road, Croydon Minster, East India Estate, Harold Road, Norbury Estate, Norwood Grove, St Bernards, Upper Norwood Triangle, The Waldrons and the Wellesley Road Conservation Areas. The adopted CAAMPs and all other available guidance for Croydon’s conservation areas can be downloaded from the following webpages:
Schedule for the production of Conservation Area Appraisals and Management Plans
Draft Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plans for the Addington Village and Bradmore Green conservation areas, and revised versions of the conservation areas of the South Norwood and Webb Estate and Upper Woodcote Village CAAMPs will be consulted on in 2016.
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