The Council is in the process of reviewing its existing conservation areas, as well as considering new designations. You can find out more, including details of how to have your say, below. Please be aware that late comments cannot be received. If you have any questions please email email@example.com
The District Council is currently consulting on the draft Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan for Spratton. The consultation runs from 10am Monday 15th March 2021 until 5pm Monday 26th April 2021. The District Council welcomes comments from the public and any other interested parties on the draft during this time and any comments must be submitted to the District Council in writing no later than 5pm Monday 26th April 2021. Late responses cannot be accepted.
The draft appraisals, boundary maps and consultation notices can be viewed below, under the "List of Conservation Areas in Daventry District". If you would like to request a paper copy of the appraisal free of charge, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
A virtual public meeting was held online on April 1st. A copy of the slides and the accompanying notes can be viewed here.
A recording of the presentation can be viewed on our YouTube channel here
A consultation is also underway on a planning brief for Overstone Hall, a Grade II Listed Building. The consultation can be seen here, any comments must be received no later than 5 p.m. on Monday 26th April 2021.
At its meeting on 18th March 2021 Daventry District Council adopted new conservation area boundaries and conservation area appraisals for the conservation areas at Badby, Creaton, Preston Capes, Clipston, Long Buckby and Great Brington. The adopted appraisals, adoption notices and statements of consultation are available for viewing in the list of conservation area below.
For further information regarding the conservation area reviews or the consultation, please email the Heritage Policy Officer at email@example.com
Article 4 Directions Autumn 2020
The recent consultation on Article 4 Directions in the conservation areas of Flore, Weedon, Everdon, Little Everdon, Staverton, Welford, Kilsby and Pitsford is now closed. Responses to the consultation can no longer be accepted. Copies of the draft directions and notices can be viewed here. For further information regarding the consultation or Article 4 Directions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
New conservation area reviews:
The Council is also in the process of reviewing or exploring the possibility of conservation areas in the following locations:
- Canons Ashby
A recording of the introductory online presentation about the Spratton Conservation Area review can be viewed here.
To view the presentation slides click here.
Article 4 Directions
As part of the Conservation Area review, the Council is also considering putting Article 4 Directions in place on certain buildings or parts of buildings. These directions add further controls to protect features that are of particular importance to the character of the conservation area.
The Local List
The Council is also compiling a list of buildings and structures of special local interest, also called the 'Local List'. A list of candidate buildings will be included in draft Conservation Area Appraisals for specific areas, but residents can also suggest additional buildings for inclusion leading up to and during the consultation exercise.