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Development within or adjacent to a conservation area will only be permitted if it would preserve or enhance the character or appearance of the conservation area or its setting.

New development in such locations must also be of a high standard of design, respond to the area’s special characteristics, and pay particular regard to:

  1. Important views, vistas, street scenes, roofscapes, trees, open spaces, and other features that contribute to the character or appearance of the conservation area,
  2. The retention of historically significant boundaries or other elements that contribute to the established pattern of development,
  3. The relationship to existing buildings and spaces, and pattern of development,
  4. Scale, height and massing,
  5. Architectural design, established detailing, and the use of materials,
  6. Boundary treatment, and
  7. Public realm materials.

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