Papplewick Conservation Area Appraisal & Management Plan (February 2018)

A Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan has been prepared for Papplewick.  The appraisal identifies a number of key elements that define the Conservation Area’s special character and historic interest; and also includes proposals to extend the boundaries of the Conservation Area.  The Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan will be used to guide decisions on planning applications within the Papplewick Conservation Area.

The document is available to view under the ‘Consultation Documents’ section below. A map of the proposed changes to the Conservation Area boundary is included on page 44 of the document.

Paper copies of the document are also available for inspection at the following addresses during their normal opening hours:

  • Civic Centre, Arnot Hill Park, Arnold, NG5 6LU;
  • Papplewick & Linby Village Hall, Linby Lane, Papplewick NG15 8FB;
  • The Griffins Head, Moor Road, Papplewick, NG15 8EN; and
  • Hucknall Library, South Street, Hucknall, NG15 7BS.

You are invited to comment on the proposed Papplewick Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (including the proposed boundary changes). The easiest way to comment is online by clicking the "Respond by filling the online questionnaire" below. Alternatively you can download the Response Form by clicking on the "Response by post" link below. Completed response forms not made through the online system should be returned by either: 

The consultation will run for six weeks until 5pm Friday 6 April 2018.  Comments must be received by this date.  Following the completion of the consultation, your comments will be considered by the Council before the Papplewick Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan is adopted by Gedling Borough Council (anticipated in early Summer 2018).

For further information please contact Planning Policy via e-mail planningpolicy@gedling.gov.uk or telephone 0115 901 3733. 

 

General Information on Conservation Areas

Areas of special architectural or historic interest are designated as Conservation Areas to help preserve and enhance them for future generations.Once an area is designated as a Conservation area, the Council needs to:

  1. Review Conservation Area boundaries to see if they remain appropriate.
  2. Publish proposals to preserve and enhance the Conservation Area.
  3. Pay special attention to the desirability of preservation or enhancement of an area when exercising planning controls, including:

The Council also needs to make planning decisions that ‘preserve and enhance’ the Conservation Area, by:

  • Restricting works to any tree in a Conservation Area.
  • Controlling demolition in Conservation Areas, which requires Conservation Area consent.
  • Using our power to carry out urgent works to preserve unlisted buildings in a Conservation Area

Designation of a Conservation Area does not imply an embargo on development but it does give Gedling Borough Council additional controls over the demolition of buildings and the design of new development. We advise anyone wishing to carry out work in a Conservation Area, including works to trees, to seek our advice first by contacting the Council’s Development Control team: developmentcontrol@gedling.gov.uk

This consultation has now closed.

Timeline

  • Opened
    19 Feb 2018 at 09:00
  • Closed
    6 Apr 2018 at 17:00
  • Response Published

Documents