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. The following is a list of those conservation areas in Brighton and Hove, their original designation dates and the dates of any subsequent amendments, such as extensions, deletions transfers and subdivisions.

  1. Brunswick Town 1969 extended 13 June 1978 
  2. Cliftonville 1969 extended September 1985 
  3. Kemp Town 1970 extended 1977 
  4. Ovingdean 1970  
  5. Patcham 1970 extended 1992 
  6. Preston Village(formerly Preston) 1970 extended 1977 & 1980 split from Preston Park in 1988 
  7. Preston Park (formerly Preston) 1970 extended 1977 & 1980
    split from Preston Village in 1988 & further extended in 1995 
  8. Rottingdean 1970  
  9. Stanmer 1970 extended 1988 
  10. Clifton Hill 1973 extended 1977 
  11. East Cliff  1973, extended 1977, 1989, 1991 & 5th Sept 2002 
  12. Old Town 1973 extended 1977 
  13. Regency Square 1973 extended 1977 & 2005 
  14. Valley Gardens 1973 extended 1977, 1988, 1989 & 1995 
  15. Portslade Old Village 1974  
  16. North Laine 1977 extended 1989 & 1995 
  17. Queen's Park 1977  
  18. Round Hill 1977  
  19. The Drive 1977 extended September 1985 
  20. West Hill 1977 extended 1988 & 1995 
  21. The Engineerium 1982  
  22. Denmark Villas 17 July 1984  
  23. Hangleton 1984  
  24. The Avenues Sept 1985 extended 18 July 1989 
  25. College 1988  
  26. Pembroke & Princes 18 July 1989  
  27. The Willett Estate 18 July 1989  
  28. Benfield Barn 27 June 1989  
  29. Tongdean Avenue/Road 22 June 1989  
  30. Hove Station 1996  
  31. Woodland Drive 1996  
  32. Old Hove 1997  
  33. Sackville Gardens 1997 

 

 

 

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