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 consultations for the draft Badby and Creaton Conservation Area Appraisals are now closed. Due to the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, there will be further opportunity at a later date to submit comments on the draft appraisals and proposed boundaries. Updated information will be released as soon as possible. The draft consultation documents can be viewed below.
If you have submitted a response to the first consultation, there is no requirement to resubmit your response at a later time.
If you require more information, please contact Rhian Morgan, Heritage Policy Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone on 01327 871100. Please note that it may take longer than usual for us to respond to enquiries, and we thank you for your patience at this time.
Creaton Conservation Area
Badby Conservation Area
New conservation area reviews:
The Council is also in the process of reviewing or exploring the possibility of conservation areas in the following locations
- Long Buckby
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.