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Conservation Areas in Brighton & Hove
The council is required by law to review its area from time to time and consider whether there are areas of special architectural or historic interest that should be preserved and enhanced and, if so, to designate them as Conservation Areas. In Brighton & Hove there are currently 34 such areas. Each conservation area will have a character statement that sets out clearly what is special about it. A general Conservation Areas Residents Guide [PDF 48kb]can be downloaded here.
For information on each Conservation Area click on the name of the area in the list below:
To check whether a property is within a conservation area, follow the links below for an alphabetical list showing streets and parcels of land that are situated - in whole or in part -within conservation areas. Some streets may be divided between two or more conservation areas, in which case the street will appear more than once, with the relevant conservation area listed alongside. If a conservation area extends to only part of a street, those properties within the area boundary will be specified.
Where a boundary is complex, you may need to refer to an Ordnance Survey map on which the conservation area boundaries have been drawn. These can be viewed by clicking on the relevant area above.