Designated conservation area: 17 April 1984

Godalming Crownpits conservation area map
 

Godalming Crownpits Conservation area appraisal

Following a public consultation, the Godalming Crownpits Conservation Area Appraisal (CAA) was adopted at full council on 14 April 2015.

Material consideration for planning applications

The document is a material planning consideration for all applications within the conservation area. A CAA identifies and explains the character of the conservation area. It also contains a Management Plan section which sets out specific actions/projects aimed at preserving and enhancing the conservation area as well as managing change in the future.

Godalming Crownpits CAA (PDF)

Download the Godalming Crownpits (CAA) consultation statement

General character

The focus of Crownpits is a small triangular green, overlooked by listed buildings and a number of other attractive stone-built cottages.

To the north and east of the green along the Brighton Road, there are also a number of 19th century bargate stone cottages which, in the local context, are of architectural  interest and which together form an attractive and interesting group. 

It is this group of cottages, within its attractive setting, which gives the area its distinctive character and which merits designates it as a conservation area. 

Page owner: Sophie Piper. Last updated: 11/07/2016 11:56