Inkberrow Conservation Area Review
We are reviewing the Inkberrow conservation area to ensure it continues to protect this important location.
Inkberrow was first designated a conservation area in 1969, so this will be its first review in over 40 years.
As part of the review a new boundary is being proposed. This will extend the conservation area to cover additional land considered to contribute to the historic character of the village, as well as rationalising some areas which have changed over the years.
We are inviting people to comment on these changes, the details of which can be found in the draft Character Appraisal and Management Plan for the Inkberrow conservation area.
The consultation will run from 30 June until 4 August 2015. Residents are invited to attend a public meeting on 30 June 2015 at 6.30pm at Inkberrow Church Hall, where our Heritage Manager and Conservation Officer will present the review and answer questions.
Conservation area designation remains an important planning tool, helping to control new developments and influence their design in areas where they might affect historic places.