Conservation areas

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Daventry District is home to numerous attractive settlements, sited within some of Northamptonshire's most beautiful countryside.

Daventry District Council is committed to conserving and enhancing these areas, so that we may protect the heritage of the District for the future. In order to do this, the Council has designated some places as Conservation Areas. 

This puts in place tighter planning controls for anyone seeking permission to alter or demolish a building, or carry out work to trees, in order to maintain the special interest of the area.

View a list of the Conservation Areas in Daventry District


Conservation Areas Review

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   heritage@daventrydc.gov.uk 

    

Current consultations:

 

Ashby St Ledgers Conservation Area

Consultation open from 10am Monday 23 September until 5pm Monday 4 November 2019.
Comments must be made in writing to the District Council either by email, post or online survey no later than 5pm Monday 4th November. Comments cannot be accepted after this time.

Relevant Documents:

DRAFT Ashby St Ledgers Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (Sept 2019)

Proposed Ashby St Ledgers Conservation Area Boundary Map (Sept 2019)

Ashby St Ledgers Conservation Area Appraisal Consultation Notice (Sept 2019)

Ashby St Ledgers Online Comment Survey
 


Crick Conservation Area

Consultation open from 10am Monday 23 September until 5pm Monday 4 November 2019.
Comments must be made in writing to the District Council either by email, post or online survey no later than 5pm Monday 4th November. Comments cannot be accepted after this time. 
 
Relevant Documents:

DRAFT Crick Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (Sept 2019)

Proposed Crick Conservation Area Boundary Map (Sept 2019)

Crick Conservation Area Appraisal Consultation Notice (Sept 2019)

Crick Online Comment Survey

  


West Haddon Conservation Area

Consultation open from 10am Monday 23 September until 5pm Monday 4 November 2019 
Comments must be made in writing to the District Council either by email, post or online survey no later than 5pm Monday 4th November. Comments cannot be accepted after this time. 
 
Relevant Documents:
 

DRAFT West Haddon Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (Sept 2019)

Proposed West Haddon Conservation Area Boundary Map (Sept 2019) 

West Haddon Conservation Area Appraisal Consultation Notice (Sept 2019)

West Haddon Online Comment Survey

     


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
  • Crick

  • Woodford Halse

  • West Haddon

  • Great Brington

  • Ashby St Legers


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.


Planning Controls in Conservation Areas

In conservation areas there are stricter controls over planning to ensure the preservation of local heritage. Certain rights which are elsewhere classed as 'permitted development' are restricted in conservation areas.

These controls include the need to apply for permission for:

  • The demolition of a building which has a volume of 115 cubic metres or above

  • The demolition of walls of 1 metre or above in height adjacent to a public highway, or 2 metres elsewhere

  • Works to trees whose trunk diameter measures 75mm or above at 1.5 metres above ground level

  • The cladding of the exterior of a building in render, stone, plastic, tiles etc

  • Side extensions and two storey rear extensions

  • Dormer windows, and some other roof alterations

  • The installation of satellite dishes and radio antennae in locations fronting a highway

  • The erection of outbuildings of a certain size.

There are currently 24 conservation areas in Daventry District, all of which are listed below. If you are in doubt as to whether you live or work within a conservation area or require permission for works, please contact us


List of Conservation Areas in Daventry District

There are a number of conservation areas in Daventry District, covering a range of parish areas. The list below shows those parishes and the conservation areas that are relevant to them. Click on the links to download or link to the relevant conservation area  for your area. 

Conservation Area designation dates

       

Ashby St Ledgers

 

Badby

 

Barby   

   

Boughton          

Braunston

 

Brixworth

  

Brockhall


Canons Ashby


Chapel Brampton


Cottesbrooke


Creaton

 

Crick  


Daventry


Daventry Reservoir


Dodford


Elkington


Everdon      

 

Little Everdon

 

Flore

Grand Union Canal  

 

Great Brington


Harlestone  

 

Hellidon


Holdenby


Kilsby

 

Long Buckby

        Village Conservation Area Appraisal Underway (January 19)

 

Moulton  

 

Newnham


Norton

 

Pitsford      

 

Preston Capes

 

Scaldwell

 

Stanford

 

Staverton

 

Stowe IX Churches

 

Weedon

West Haddon