Bramley and Bramley Green Conservation Area

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The Bramley and Bramley Green Conservation Area was designated in 1983 by Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council in recognition of its special architectural and historic interest.
Having designated the Conservation Area, the Local Authority has a statutory duty to ensure that those elements that form its particular character or appearance should be preserved or enhanced, especially when considering planning applications.

A copy of the current (2004) Bramley and Bramley Green Conservation Area Appraisal can be found at the bottom of the page. 
Clicking on the map below will open up a larger resolution version of the Bramley and Bramley Green Conservation Map in a new window (and a link to the map can be found at the bottom of the page).

Conservation Area Planning Controls

The following controls apply within the Conservation Area in addition to normal planning controls:

  • Conservation Area Consent is normally required for the demolition of buildings or structures over a certain size within a Conservation Area.
  • The Council must be given six weeks notice of any intention to undertake works to, cut down or uproot any trees over a certain size in the Conservation Area.
  • Planning applications which, in the opinion of the Borough Council, would affect the special character of the Conservation Area must be advertised and the opportunity given for public comment. This may include proposals outside the Conservation Area which nevertheless affect its setting.
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Download this file (Bramley_and_Bramley_Green_Conservation_Area_Appraisal.pdf)Bramley and Bramley Green Conservation AreaAppraisal534 kBMon, 28 Oct 2019 16:31:05
Download this file (Bramley_and_Bramley_Green_Conservation_Area_Map.pdf)Bramley and Bramley Green Conservation AreaMap1971 kBMon, 28 Oct 2019 16:31:37

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