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Conservation Areas

 

About Conservation Areas

Conservation Areas are defined as areas of special architectural or historic interest, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance. If your property is within a Conservation Area you may need Planning Permission for some works which would otherwise not need permission. This may include demolition of buildings and boundary walls, and alterations or additions such as side extensions and satellite dishes.

Trees in conservation areas have protection even if they don't have a Tree preservation order (TPO)

Check if your property is in a Conservation Area by viewing the Cambridge City conservation areas list or South Cambridgeshire conservations areas list, or by using the South Cambridgeshire planning search map. If you are unsure if planning permission is needed, please seek advice from a Duty Planner.

 

What needs permission in a Conservation Area?

The special character of conservation areas means that the control of development is stricter than in other areas. This means that:

  • new buildings and the surrounding spaces must preserve or improve the character of the area
  • the siting, scale, height, form, details and building materials will all need to be carefully chosen
  • outline planning applications will not be accepted as it is not possible to judge if the new building will fit into its surroundings.

In Conservation Areas, permission is needed for activities on the list below. This is in addition to normal planning controls.

Demolition requires planning permission if it involves:

  • a building larger than 115 cubic metres in size
  • a fence, wall or railing higher than one metre where it adjoins a road, footpath or open space, or two metres elsewhere
  • more than 10 per cent or 500 cubic metres of an industrial building (previous demolitions count towards this).

House alterations require planning permission if they involve:

  • building an extension to the side of a home
  • building any structures, enclosures, pools or containers at the side of a home
  • building a rear extension of more than one storey
  • building a rear extension of greater than three metres depth for an attached house, or four metres for a detached property
  • cladding the outside of a house
  • materially adding to or altering the roof
  • putting a satellite dish or antenna on a chimney, roof slope or wall which faces onto, and is visible from, the highway; or on a building which is higher than 15m
  • installing, altering, or replacing a chimney, flue or soil vent pipe on a wall or roof slope which fronts a highway and is part of the main or side elevation of the house
  • installing solar photovoltaic (PV) or thermal equipment which would:
    • protrude more than 200 millimetres beyond the plane of the wall or the roof slope when measured from the perpendicular with the external surface of the wall or roof slope
    • result in the highest part of the solar PV or solar thermal equipment being higher than the highest part of the roof
    • be installed on a wall forming the main or side elevation of a house and which would be visible from a highway, or it would be on a wall of a building within the curtilage of a house and would be visible from the highway
    • be installed on a building within the curtilage of the dwellinghouse if the dwellinghouse is a listed building.


Tree works require permission if they involve felling or working on any tree that has a diameter of 75mm or more at a height of one and a half metres. You must give us at least six weeks’ notice of your intention to carry out the work.

Industrial building extensions need planning permission if the building is to be extended by more than 10 percent of its original size.

Controls over works by bodies such as gas and electricity suppliers are stronger in streets within conservation areas.

Illuminated signs need consent in conservation areas.

Guidance on the Heritage Information to be Submitted with Applications

We recommend you read our Listed Buildings Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) and contact us for pre-application advice.

 

Article 4 Direction: The Accordia Estate

On 21 February 2014, the Council published an Article 4 Direction on the Accordia Estate. This means that certain works to dwellinghouses which are generally permitted development would now require a planning application. These works are:

  • The infill or enclosure of a recessed entrance or an open terrace area
  • Insertion of a new window opening
  • Removal of a projecting part of a dwelling house
  • The recladding of any part of a building in a material of a different type or appearance to the original
  • The provision within the curtilage of a dwellinghouse of a hard surface
  • The alteration or removal of a chimney
  • The erection or construction of a gate, fence, wall or other means of enclosure
  • The painting of the exterior of any building or work

The Article 4 Direction [PDF, 0.8MB] came into force on 23 February 2015.

 

Conservation Area Appraisals

Conservation Areas are designated through a formal process and the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 requires the Local Planning Authority to review these from time to time to ensure that the boundary is appropriate, and the text of the document is up to date.

Conservation Area Appraisals describe the character and significance of Conservation Areas and give recommendations for their conservation and enhancement. Where there is no existing Appraisal for a Conservation Area, the Conservation Area Appraisal will capture and record the character of the area. The Conservation Area Appraisals are periodically reviewed and updated, and we consult informally on any changes.

Cambridge City Council has 17 Conservation Areas all of which have appraisals. The Cambridge City Conservation Areas list shows the 17 Conservation Areas with accompanying Conservation Area Appraisals.

South Cambridgeshire District Council has 85 Conservation Areas, 22 of which have appraisals. The South Cambridgeshire Conservation Areas list shows the 22 Conservation Areas with accompanying Conservation Area Appraisals.

 

Cambridge City Conservation Areas

Cambridge City Council has 17 Conservation Areas, all of which have Conservation Area Appraisals, listed below.

Barrow Road conservation area

Barrow Road is off Trumpington Road and is the newest conservation area in Cambridge. Designated on the 28 June 2016, the conservation area boundary encompasses 1 to 47 Barrow Road and 1 and 2 Barrow Close.

Brooklands conservation area

Brooklands conservation area lies south of the botanic garden. Clarendon Road, Fitzwilliam Road, Shaftesbury Road and Brooklands Avenue form part of the boundary. The area also includes Brooklands House and Empty Common to the west. The conservation area was designated in May 2002. It was extended in June 2013 to include the Accordia estate. An article 4 direction covers Accordia. This allows the withdrawal of specified permitted development rights. The Accordia residents have produced a design guide.

Castle and Victoria Road conservation area

Originally designated as part of the Central conservation area in 1969 and extended in 1976 and 2012. The area was allocated as a separate conservation area in November 2018.

Central conservation area

The Central conservation area covers the historic core of the city, plus some of the important open spaces such as the college backs and Jesus Green.

The Central Conservation Area was designated on 25 February 1969 with many extensions over the following decades. Until 21 November 2018 it was the largest conservation area in Cambridge. On that date it was split into separate conservation areas, following the boundaries of the written appraisal areas and the previous extensions. The new conservation areas are Castle and Victoria Road, The Kite, Mill Road, New Town and Glisson Road, and Riverside and Stourbridge Common.

The Central conservation area appraisal is differently organised from the other appraisals. It has a breakdown of the individual streets in the historic core and their significance.

Chesterton conservation area

Chesterton conservation area covers the old part of Chesterton village around Chapel Lane, Church Street (including the recreation ground) and High Street.

The conservation area was designated on 25 February 1969 and extended on 23 June 2009.

Conduit Head Road conservation area

Conduit Head Road conservation area includes the distinctive 1930s buildings in their attractive gardens which stand along Conduit Head Road, and some buildings along Madingley Road. The conservation area was designated on 17 December 1984 and extended on 6 October 2009.

De Freville conservation area

De Freville conservation area abuts the Central conservation area north of the river Cam. It is based on the original De Freville Estate which was laid out in 1890, and includes older streets to the east up to and including part of Victoria Avenue.

The conservation area was designated on 3 March 2009.

Ferry Lane conservation area

Ferry Lane conservation area (previously called Water Street conservation area) is the smallest of the city's conservation areas. It includes the south west end of Water Street, and stretches south to the river. The Ferry Lane conservation area was designated on 25 February 1969 and extended on 23 June 2009.

The Kite conservation area

Originally designated as part of the Central conservation area in 1969 and extended in 1993 and 1997. The appraisal was reviewed in 2014. The area was allocated as a separate conservation area in November 2018.

Mill Road conservation area

Originally designated as part of the Central conservation area in 1969 and extended in 1993 and 2011. The area was allocated as a separate conservation area in 21 November 2018.

New Town and Glisson Road conservation area

Originally designated as part of the Central conservation area in 1969 and extended in 1975, 1980, 1991 and 2012. The area was allocated as a separate conservation area in November 2018.

Newnham Croft conservation area

Newnham Croft conservation area covers the streets south of Barton Road and east of Millington Road. The open space bordering the residential areas is also included.

The conservation area was designated on 8 June 1998. The appraisal was reviewed in 2012 and a revised version was approved in 2013.

Riverside and Stourbridge Common conservation area

Originally designated as part of the Central conservation area in 1969 and extended in 1993 and 2012. The area was allocated as a separate conservation area in November 2018.

Southacre conservation area

Southacre conservation area principally covers the large houses and gardens along Chaucer Road and Latham Road. It is bordered by the river Cam to the west and Trumpington Road to the east. The conservation area was designated in February 2000. The appraisal was reviewed in 2012 and a revised version was approved in 2013.

Storey’s Way conservation area

Storey’s Way conservation area covers the turn-of the-century houses on the south side of Storey’s Way and the Trinity Hall sports ground. The area was designated a conservation area on 17 December 1984. An appraisal was published, with an extended boundary, on 8 April 2008. The conservation area was reviewed again in 2017 and the appraisal updated to reflect the changes that have occurred in the area. The updated document was approved for publication in 2018.

Trumpington conservation area

Trumpington conservation area includes the historic part of the village around the church and Anstey Hall, and includes the north end of the High Street, Church Lane, Maris Lane and part of Grantchester Road. The Trumpington conservation area was designated on 25 February 1969 and extended on 2 July 1998. It has subsequently been extended on the 5 October 2010.

West Cambridge conservation area

West Cambridge conservation area lies to the west of the central conservation area.

It includes the large houses and colleges from Lady Margaret Road in the north, to Millington Road in the south. The boundary stretches as far west as the Emmanuel Sports Ground on Wilberforce Road. The conservation area was designated on 3 May 1972 and was extended on 17 December 1984. It has recently been extended again on 15 March 2011 with another addition on 9 May 2011. The last extension was to include Wolfson College, Barton Close and adjacent properties in Barton Road.

 

South Cambridgeshire Conservation Areas

South Cambridgeshire District Council has 85 Conservation Areas, 22 of which have Conservation Area Appraisals, listed below.

If your property is not in a Conservation Area on this list, you can check if your property is in a Conservation Area by using the South Cambridgeshire planning search map.

Abington Pigotts - High Street

Abington Pigotts - High Street Conservation Area was designated on 9 July 1973

Abington Pigotts - High Street Conservation Area boundary map

Abington Pigotts - St Michael's

Abington Pigotts - St Michael's Conservation Area was designated on 9 July 1973

Abington Pigotts - St Michael's Conservation Area boundary map

Babraham

Babraham Conservation Area was designated on 3 October 1979

Babraham Conservation Area boundary map

Baits Bite Lock

The Baits Bite Lock Conservation Area was designated 8 November 1990.

Baits Bite Lock Conservation Area Appraisal 2006 [PDF]

Baits Bite lock conservation area boundary map

Balsham - Village Centre

Balsham - Village Centre Conservation Area was designated on 18 May 1995

Balsham - Village Centre Conservation Area boundary map

Balsham - West End

Balsham - West End Conservation Area was designated on 18 May 1995

Balsham - West End Conservation Area boundary map

Barrington

Barrington Conservation Area was designated on 9 July 1973

Barrington Conservation Area boundary map

Bartlow

Bartlow Conservation Area was designated on 19 July 1978

Bartlow Conservation Area boundary map

Barton - St Peter's

Barton - St Peter's Conservation Area was designated on 19 July 1978

Barton - St Peter's Conservation Area boundary map

Barton - Wimpole Rd

Barton - Wimpole Rd Conservation Area was designated on 12 November 1987

Barton - Wimpole Rd Conservation Area boundary map

Bassingbourn

Bassingbourn Conservation Area was designated on 21 September 1973 and amended on 7 January 1993

Bassingbourn Conservation Area boundary map

Bourn - Caxton End

Bourn - Caxton End Conservation Area was designated on 4 December 1974 and amended on 8 May 1997

Bourn - Caxton End Conservation Area boundary map

Bourn - Village & Hall

Bourn - Village & Hall Conservation Area was designated on 8 May 1997

Bourn - Village & Hall Conservation Area boundary map

Caldecote

Caldecote Conservation Area was designated on 19 May 1988

Caldecote Conservation Area boundary map

Castle Camps

Castle Camps Conservation Area was designated on 27 February 1992

Castle Camps Conservation Area boundary map

Caxton

Caxton Conservation Area was designated on 10 September 1975

Caxton Conservation Area boundary map

Comberton - St Mary's

Comberton - St Mary's Conservation Area was designated on 2 March 1973

Comberton - St Mary's Conservation Area boundary map

Comberton - Village

Comberton - Village Conservation Area was designated on 2 March 1973

Comberton - Village Conservation Area boundary map

Coton

Coton Conservation Area was designated on 22 February 1978 and amended on 10 November 1988

Coton Conservation Area boundary map

Cottenham

Cottenham Conservation Area was designated on 18 February 1972 and amended on 9 November 1989

Cottenham Conservation Area boundary map

Croxton

Croxton Conservation Area was designated on 10 September 1975

Croxton Conservation Area boundary map

Duxford

Duxford  Conservation Area was designated on 2 March 1973 and amended on 7 July 1988

Duxford Conservation Area boundary map

Duxford Airfield

 Duxford Airfield Conservation Area was designated on 4 June 2007.

Duxford Airfield Conservation Area boundary map

Elsworth

Elsworth Conservation Area was designated on 2 July 1975

Elsworth Conservation Area boundary map

Eltisley

Eltisley Conservation Area was designated on 2 July 1975

Eltisley Conservation Area boundary map

Fen Ditton

The Fen Ditton Conservation Area was designated on 2 March 1973 and extended on
24 September 1991.

Fen Ditton Conservation Area Appraisal 2006

Fen Ditton Conservation Area boundary map

Fen Drayton

Fen Drayton Conservation Area was designated on 10 September 1975

Fen Drayton Conservation Area boundary map

Fowlmere

Fowlmere Conservation Area was designated on 2 March 1973 and amended on 26 September 1991

Fowlmere Conservation Area boundary map

Foxton

The Foxton Conservation Area was designated in 1972 and extended in 2018.

Foxton Conservation Area Appraisal 2018 [PDF]

Foxton Conservation Area maps 2018 [PDF]

Fulbourn 

Fulbourn Conservation Area was designated on 2 July 1975 and amended on 7 April 1992 and 16 January 2008.

Fulbourn Conservation Area Appraisal 2008 - Full Document [PDF]

Fulbourn Conservation Area Appraisal 2008 - Section 1 to 8 [PDF]

Fulbourn Conservation Area Appraisal 2008 - Section 9 to 11 [PDF]

Fulbourn Conservation Area Appraisal 2008 - Map 1 [PDF]

Fulbourn Conservation Area Appraisal 2008 - Map 2 [PDF]

Fulbourn Conservation Area Appraisal 2008 - Appendices [PDF]

Fulbourn Conservation Area boundary map

Fulbourn Hospital

Fulbourn Hospital Conservation Area was designated on 7 April 1992

Fulbourn Hospital Conservation Area Appraisal 2008 - Full Document [PDF]

Fulbourn Hospital Conservation Area Appraisal 2008 - Section 1 to 8 [PDF]

Fulbourn Hospital Conservation Area Appraisal 2008 - Section 9 to 11 [PDF]

Fulbourn Hospital Conservation Area Appraisal 2008 - Map 1 [PDF]

Fulbourn Hospital Conservation Area Appraisal 2008 - Map 2 [PDF]

Fulbourn Hospital Conservation Area Appraisal 2008 - Appendices [PDF]

Fulbourn Hospital Conservation Area boundary map

Gamlingay

Gamlingay Conservation Area was designated on 2 March 1973 and amended on 7 July 1994

Gamlingay Conservation Area Appraisal 2000 [PDF]

Gamlingay Conservation Area boundary map 

Grantchester

Grantchester Conservation Area was designated on 15 January 1975

Grantchester Conservation Area Appraisal 1999 [PDF]

Grantchester Conservation Area boundary map

Great and Little Abington

Great and Little Abington Conservation Area was designated on 21 January 1972 and amended on 11 November 1993

Great and Little Abington Conservation Area boundary map

Great Chishill

Great Chishill Conservation Area was designated on 10 September 1975

Great Chishill Conservation Area boundary map

Great Shelford

Great Shelford Conservation Area was designated on 31 March 1976 and amended on 12 September 2007

Great Shelford Conservation Area Appraisal 2007 pages 1 to 20 [PDF, 1.5MB] 

Great Shelford Conservation Area Appraisal 2007 pages 20 to 35 [PDF, 1MB]

Great Shelford Conservation Area boundary map

Great Wilbraham

Great Wilbraham Conservation Area was designated on 15 January 1975

Great Wilbraham Conservation Area boundary map

Guilden Morden

Guilden Morden Conservation Area was designated on 10 September 1975

Guilden Morden Conservation Area boundary map

Hardwick

Hardwick Conservation Area was designated on 25 February 1988

Hardwick Conservation Area boundary map

Harlton

Harlton Conservation Area was designated on 23 February 1989

Harlton Conservation Area boundary map

Haslingfield

Haslingfield Conservation Area was designated on 15 January 1975

Haslingfield Conservation Area boundary map

Hauxton

Hauxton Conservation Area was designated on 17 January 1988

Hauxton Conservation Area boundary map

Heydon

Heydon Conservation Area was designated on 3 October 1979

Heydon Conservation Area boundary map

Hildersham

Hildersham Conservation Area was designated on 21 January 1972

Hildersham Conservation Area boundary map

Hinxton

Hinxton Conservation Area was designated on 31 March 1976 and amended on 9 April 1987

Hinxton Conservation Area boundary map

Histon & Impington - Histon Village

Histon & Impington - Histon Village Conservation Area was designated on 4 December 1974 and amended on 1 March 1991 and 12 November 1998

Histon & Impington - Histon Village Conservation Area boundary map

Histon & Impington - Impington St Andrew's

Histon & Impington - Impington St Andrew's Conservation Area was designated on 14 April 1988

Histon & Impington - Impington St Andrew's Conservation Area boundary map

Horningsea

Horningsea Conservation Area was designated on 17 May 1990

Horningsea Conservation Area Appraisal 2006 [PDF]

Horningsea Conservation Area boundary map

Ickleton

Ickleton Conservation Area was designated on 10 September 1975

Ickleton Conservation Area boundary map

Kingston

Kingston Conservation Area was designated on 4 December 1974

Kingston Conservation Area boundary map

Knapwell

Knapwell Conservation Area was designated on 18 May 1989

Knapwell Conservation Area Appraisal 2000 [PDF]

Knapwell Conservation Area boundary map

Landbeach

Landbeach Conservation Area was designated on 2 March 1973 and amended on 4 April 1983

Landbeach Conservation Area boundary map

Linton

Linton Conservation Area was designated on 21 January 1972

Linton Conservation Area boundary map

Litlington

Litlington Conservation Area was designated on 12 July 1974

Litlington Conservation Area boundary map

Little Gransden

Little Gransden Conservation Area was designated on 25 January 2006.

Little Gransden Conservation Area Appraisal 2006 [PDF, 1.5MB] 

Little Gransden Conservation Area boundary map

Little Shelford

Little Shelford Conservation Area was designated on 2 July 1975

Little Shelford Conservation Area boundary map

Little Wilbraham

Little Wilbraham Conservation Area was designated on 10 April 1986

Little Wilbraham Conservation Area boundary map

Longstanton

Longstanton Conservation Area was designated on 11 December 1987 and amended on 22 September 2005

Longstanton Conservation Area Appraisal 2005 Part 1 [PDF, 0.5MB]

Longstanton Conservation Area Appraisal 2005 Part 2a [PDF, 0.9MB] (maps showing boundaries)

Longstanton Conservation Area Appraisal 2005 Part 2b [PDF, 0.6MB] (Planning Policies and a map showing boundaries)

Longstanton Conservation Area boundary map

Madingley

Madingley Conservation Area was designated on 8 September 1976

Madingley Conservation Area boundary map

Melbourn

Melbourn Conservation Area was designated on 21 September 1973

Melbourn Conservation Area boundary map

Meldreth

Meldreth Conservation Area was designated on 10 September 1975

Meldreth Conservation Area boundary map

Milton

Milton Conservation Area was designated on 5 November 1981

Milton Conservation Area boundary map

Oakington

Oakington Conservation Area was designated on 28 September 1989 and amended on 22 September 2005

Oakington Conservation Area Appraisal 2005 Part 1 [PDF, 0.7MB] 

Oakington Conservation Area Appraisal 2005 Part 2 [PDF, 0.8MB](Planning Policies and a map showing boundaries)

Oakington Conservation Area boundary map

Orwell

Orwell Conservation Area was designated on 2 March 1973

Orwell Conservation Area boundary map

Over

Over Conservation Area was designated on 18 February 1972 and amended on 5 November 1981

Over Conservation Area Appraisal 1999 [PDF

Over Conservation Area boundary map

Pampisford

Pampisford Conservation Area was designated on 15 January 1975

Pampisford Conservation Area boundary map

Papworth Everard

Papworth Everard Conservation Area was designated on 7 January 1993 and amended on 8 July 2011

Papworth Everard Conservation Area Appraisal 2011 [PDF, 9MB]

Papworth Everard Conservation Area boundary map

Papworth St Agnes

Papworth St Agnes Conservation Area boundary map

Rampton

Rampton Conservation Area was designated on 27 October 2005

Rampton Conservation Area Appraisal 2005 Part 1 [PDF, 0.4MB] 

Rampton Conservation Area Appraisal 2005 Part 2 [PDF, 0.6MB] (Planning Policies and a map showing boundaries)

Rampton Conservation Area boundary map

Sawston

Sawston Conservation Area was designated on 26 March 1974 and amended on 11 November 1993 and 12 September 2007

Sawston Conservation Area Appraisal 2007 Part 1 [PDF, 1.5MB]

Sawston Conservation Area Appraisal 2007 Part 2 [PDF, 0.9MB]

Sawston Conservation Area boundary map

Shepreth

Shepreth Conservation Area was designated on 2 July 1975

Shepreth Conservation Area boundary map

Stapleford

Stapleford Conservation Area was designated on 28 September 1989

Stapleford Conservation Area boundary map

Steeple Morden - Morden Green

Steeple Morden - Morden Green Conservation Area was designated on 25 February 1993

Steeple Morden - Morden Green Conservation Area boundary map

Steeple Morden - St Peter & St Paul

Steeple Morden - St Peter & St Paul Conservation Area was designated on 25 February 1993

Steeple Morden - St Peter & St Paul Conservation Area boundary map

Swavesey

Swavesey Conservation Area was designated on 10 September 1975 and amended on 7 April 1992 and 26 April 2006

Swavesey Conservation Area Appraisal 2006 Part 1 [PDF, 0.8MB]

Swavesey Conservation Area Appraisal 2006 Part 2 [PDF, 0.6MB]

Swavesey Conservation Area Appraisal 2006 map [PDF, 1MB]

Swavesey Conservation Area boundary map

Teversham

Teversham Conservation Area was designated on 8 January 1998 and amended on 26 April 2006

Teversham Conservation Area Appraisal 2006 [PDF, 0.7MB]

Teversham Conservation Area boundary map

Thriplow

Thriplow Conservation Area was designated on 10 September 1975 and amended on 7 April 1992

Thriplow Conservation Area boundary map

Toft

Toft Conservation Area was designated on 5 January 1989

Toft Conservation Area boundary map

Waterbeach

Waterbeach Conservation Area was designated on 2 March 1973 and amended on 4 April 1983

Waterbeach Conservation Area Appraisal 1999 [PDF]

Waterbeach Conservation Area boundary map

West Wickham - Streetly End

West Wickham - Streetly End Conservation Area was designated on 25 September 1986

West Wickham - Streetly End Conservation Area boundary map

West Wickham - St Mary's

West Wickham - St Mary's Conservation Area was designated on 28 May 1995

West Wickham - St Mary's Conservation Area boundary map

West Wratting

West Wratting Conservation Area was designated on 31 March 1976

West Wratting Conservation Area boundary map

Westwick

Westwick Conservation Area was designated on 1 March 1990 and amended on 22 September 2005

Westwick Conservation Area Appraisal 2005 Part 1 [PDF, 0.6MB]

Westwick Conservation Area Appraisal 2005 Part 2 [PDF, 0.5MB] (Planning Policies and a map showing boundaries)

Westwick Conservation Area boundary map

Whittlesford

Whittlesford Conservation Area was designated on 21 January 1972 and amended on 11 November 1993

Whittlesford Conservation Area boundary map

Willingham

Willingham  Conservation Area was designated on 12 July 1974

Willingham Conservation Area Appraisal 1999 [PDF]

Willingham  Conservation Area boundary map

 

Conservation Area Appraisal consultations

Conservation Area Appraisals are reviewed periodically, with Draft Conservation Area Appraisals made available on our Conservation Area Appraisal Consultations webpage. Please visit this page to find out about current consultations.

We encourage the public to view the documentation and respond to our Draft Conservation Area Appraisal consultations so that views are taken into account before Conservation Areas boundaries and Management Plans are amended. 

 

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