Historic Parks and Gardens has been established as a designation since 1983, nationally listed by Historic England through the government and locally registered by Local Planning Authorities. The sites included cover anything from planned open spaces, such as town squares, to gardens and grounds.
Wychavon has 8 nationally registered parks and gardens:
- Hanbury Hall
- Hartlebury Castle
- Overbury Court
- Pirton Park
- Rous Lench Court
- Croome Court
- Spetchley Park
- Westwood Park
There are also 80 locally registered parks and gardens.
A register has been compiled of the nationally registered sites by Historic England which can be searched. Search the register
The team do get consulted on applications which have the potential to impact upon this designated asset. We have prepared a supplementary planning document on the subject for further guidance
Read historic parks and gardens supplementary planning document