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Council plan to extend Teddington's Conservation Areas

A number of areas in Teddington are being suggested for Conservation areas by the London Borough of Richmond Council. They are regarded as “of sufficient special historic and/or architectural interest” to be included within extended or new Conservation Areas, and are:

• High Street, Teddington Conservation Area No.37 (extended boundary)
• Teddington Lock Conservation Area No.27 (extended boundary)
• Bushy Park Gardens Conservation Area No.77 (new conservation area)
• Royal Road Conservation Area No.81 (new conservation area)
• Broad Street Conservation area No.84 (new conservation area)
• Church Road Conservation Area No.85 (new conservation area)
• High Street, Hampton Hill Conservation Area No.38 (extended boundary)

The Council is seeking the views of all owners and residents of properties in the proposed areas. In brief, the implications of Conservation Area designation are:

• Reduced permitted development rights, meaning that planning permission may be required in some circumstances;
• Greater control over demolition if a building is over 115 cubic metres;
• Greater controls over tree removal;
• The need for better quality materials and design to be utilised to preserve the significant elements of the conservation area; and
• Restrictions on outdoor advertisements.

The consultation closes on December 3rd. For further details and to participate, go online to https://tinyurl.com/y9ylnbqx

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