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Conservation area appraisals and management plans

Adopted conservation area appraisals

The East Riding of Yorkshire Local Planning Authority has 106 adopted Conservation Areas.  All of the areas have adopted appraisal documents and can be downloaded via the below links.


The adopted Appraisals and Management Plans will be used as background documents in support of the development plan and as a material consideration in the determination of relevant planning applications.

The Authority are also in the process of re-appraising its Conservation Areas with details of its recently adopted Appraisal, current work schedule for re-appraisal of existing areas and proposals for the adoption of new areas outlined below:-

Recently Adopted Appraisal Documents and Boundary Amendments

Following on from consultation during 2021, on the 18 January 2022, the following new appraisal documents were adopted for the Conservation Areas at:-

  1. Brantingham 
  2. Ellerker 
  3. Halsham 
  4. Ottringham 


Boundary amendments to the designated areas were also adopted for the Conservation Areas at:-

  1. Ellerker 
  2. Ottringham


The updated documents and details of the boundary amendments are available for download in the above table of Conservation Area Appraisal documents.

Live Public Consultations

As a part of the Authority's ongoing work programme, re-appraisal work has been completed at Atwick, North Cave and Skidby Conservation Areas. Public consultation on the adoption of the updated appraisal documents and boundary amendments will commence on the 15 April 2022.  Details of the documents and changes which will be consulted on are below:-

Atwick

New Appraisal document and Management Plan, review of article 4 and proposed boundary amendments.

Atwick Conservation Area Appraisal 2022 (12.9mb)

Feedback on the proposed changes at Atwick can be provided by following the below link:-

https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/ERConservationArea_Atwick/

North Cave

New Appraisal document and Management Plan

North Cave Conservation Area Appraisal 2022 (9mb)

Feedback on the proposed changes at North Cave can be provided by following the below link:-

https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/ERConservationArea_NorthCave/

Skidby

New Appraisal document and Management Plan and proposed boundary amendments.

Skidby Conservation Area Appraisal 2022 (3.8mb)

Feedback on the proposed changes at Skidby can be provided by following the below link:-

https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/ERConservationArea_Skidby/

Feedback is requested by the 13 May 2022.  Additional enquiries regarding the surveys can be made to buildingconservation@eastriding.gov.uk or by telephone 01482 392724.


Post Consultation

Following the consideration of the consultation feedback and completion of relevant amendments, the draft Appraisal Documents and proposed boundary amendments will be consideration for adoption by the Authority during late 2022. The updated Appraisal Documents and designated areas will be approved by the Authority’s Cabinet.  Re-adopted appraisals and boundary changes will be advertised by Public Notices and Letters, and listed on the Authority’s website. 

2022 Schedule of Work

During the first half of 2022, the following areas are on the current work schedule to be re-appraised:-

  1. Allerthorpe 
  2. Barmby Moore
  3. Bishop Burton
  4. Cottingham
  5. Goole
  6. Hedon
  7. Tibthorpe
  8. West Ella

Public consultation on the update Appraisal Documents and proposed boundary amendments will take place during the second half of 2022.

New Conservation Areas

Re-appraisal work is currently undertaken for the adoption of new Conservation Areas at the following locations:-

  1. Goole (west) 
  2. Harpham
  3. Yokefleet

Public consultation on areas progressed for formal adoption will take place during late 2022.


Conservation area management plans

 

What is a conservation area management plan?

Conservation areas are intended to preserve or enhance the special interest of a place. A conservation area is designated because of its special architectural or historic characteristics (which is set out in a document called a character appraisal). A conservation area management plan outlines the way in which the council will seek to preserve or enhance the conservation area and how it will monitor this.

A conservation area management plan outlines the way in which the council will seek to preserve or enhance a conservation area and how it will monitor this.

Not all conservation areas have a management plan.  In fact, around 75% of conservation areas around the country don’t have one.  In some cases, often when a conservation area has declined, a management plan is developed as part of efforts to enhance it.

Does every conservation area have a management plan?

No. In fact, around 75% of conservation areas around the country do not have a management plan. In some cases, often when a conservation area has declined, a management plan is developed as part of efforts to enhance it.

How will you review the success of the management plan?

The council will collect information about the conservation area (such as the number of planning applications) through an annual survey. This will allow us to measure the condition of the conservation area at that time. Over time, this will allow us to tell whether the condition is improving.

Where can I view the conservation area management plans?

Currently, there are two conservation area management plans, which are available to download below:

Bridlington Quay CA Management and Maintenance Plan (1.8mb)

Goole CA Management and Maintenance Plan 2019-2029 (pdf 3.9mb)

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