London Borough of Croydon

South Norwood

Designated November 1992, extended June 2007

A district centre which grew quickly during Victorian times, with the development of fine buildings on the High Street and grand residences at its perimeter. The Stanley Halls are one of the area's most significant historic assets.

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

St Bernards

Designated October 2008

A notable section of the Park Hill Estate completed in 1971 to an award winning international design by Swiss firm Atelier 5.

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

The Waldrons

Designated May 1973

One of Croydon's first conservation areas, focused around a crescent of fine Victorian houses and also including other large properties on Bramley Hill and Bramley Close.

Download a copy of The Waldrons 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 Waldrons Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan, the Council has confirmed a non-immediate Article 4 Direction which will take effect from 21 January 2016. 

The Webb Estate & Upper Woodcote Village

Webb Estate designated June 1983 and extended June 2007. Upper Woodcote Village designated November 1973 and extended June 2007.

A notable Edwardian garden suburb created by developer William Webb based upon his Garden First Principles. The model village laid out around Woodcote Green is the focus of the area, but both conservation areas are rich in historic buildings set amidst a mature landscape.

Download a copy of the Webb Estate & Upper Woodcote Village Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (CAAMP) Supplementary Planning Document below.

Upper Norwood Triangle

Designated April 1989

A historic district centre where several London boroughs meet. The Upper Norwood Triangle conservation area adjoins the Crystal Palace Park conservation area in Bromley and the Westow Hill conservation area in Lambeth and contains a wide variety of historic buildings.

Download a copy of the Upper Norwood Triangle Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (CAAMP) Supplementary Planning Document below.

Wellesley Road (North)

Designated October 2008

A collection of early/mid Victorian houses, which are some of the oldest surviving properties in the town centre and a remarkable contrast to the redeveloped areas of Wellesley Road immediately to the south.

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

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