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
Chapel Brampton Conservation Area – Cedar Hythe Draft Design Guidance
Consultation open from 10am Monday 7th October until 5pm Monday 18th November
Comments must be made in writing to the District Council either by email or post no later than 5pm Monday 18th November. Comments cannot be accepted after this time.
Draft Cedar Hythe Design Guidance (2019)
Chapel Brampton Conservation Area Appraisal Revisions Consultation Notice (October 2019)
Woodford Halse and Hinton Conservation Area
Consultation open from 10am Monday 28th October until 5pm Monday 9th December 2019.
Comments must be made in writing to the District Council either by email, post or online survey no later than 5pm Monday 9th December. Comments cannot be accepted after this time.
DRAFT Woodford Halse and Hinton Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (Oct 2019)
Proposed Woodford Halse and Hinton Conservation Area Boundary Map (Oct 2019)
Woodford Halse and Hinton Conservation Area Consultation Notice (Oct 2019)
Woodford Halse and Hinton Online Comment Survey
Current Article 4 Directions Consultations
We are currently consulting on proposed non-immediate Article 4(1) Directions relating to the conservation areas at Harlestone, Moulton, Daventry Town Centre, Brixworth, Boughton and Braunston.
For further details go to Article 4 Directions page.
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
Ashby St Ledgers
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.