Designated conservation area: 1970
Extended: 13 December 2016
Ewhurst Conservation Area Appraisal
Following a public consultation, the Ewhurst Conservation Area Appraisal (CAA) was adopted at Full Council on 13 December 2016. The document included several amendments to the boundary.
Material consideration for planning applications
The document is a material planning consideration for all applications within the conservation area (CA). A CAA identifies and explains the character of the conservation area. It also contains a Management Plan section that sets out specific actions/projects aimed at preserving and enhancing the conservation area as well as managing change in the future. It will also be used to prioritise environmental improvement projects within the CA.
You can also download:
- the Ewhurst CAA consultation statement
- a leaflet explaining what these changes might mean for residents, land owners and occupiers.
Ewhurst developed as three separate areas, two of which form the CA. These are; an open area at the north end of the village with a small green which is flanked by a group of listed buildings and the Bulls Head Pub, the church and surrounding properties, and Ewhurst Green which forms its own CA. Overtime infill development has linked the two areas within the CA together. However, their distinctly different characters remain evident through the use of different street frontages.
Page owner: Sophie Piper. Last updated: 18/04/2017 12:00