Witley conservation area

Designated:     24 February 1980
Extended:        21 July 2015

Witley conservation area map

Witley Conservation Area Appraisal

Following a public consultation, the Witley conservation area appraisal was adopted at full council on 21 July 2015. The document includes amendments to the conservation area boundary.

Material consideration for planning applications

The document is a material planning consideration for all applications within the conservation area. It 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.

Witley conservation area appraisal (PDF).

Download the Witley conservation area appraisal (CAA) consultation statement

General Character

Witley CA developed along Petworth Road; the main route through from Petworth to Godalming. The core of the CA is at the junction of Petworth Road and Church Lane, where the Grade I listed building All Saints Church stands amongst the local school and Grade II listed building The White Hart Pub. To the north,a cluster of buildings of listed buildings lead up to Lashams, a mid-18th century dwelling. The enclosed 'Miltons Yard' opposite Lashams comprises the only industrial units in the CA. The eastern half of the CA is characterised by the well-maintained private grounds of Witley Manor, the hamlet of Enton Mill and the ponds which connect them.

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