Town and Country Planning

PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS) (SCOTLAND) ACT 19972008-10-10TSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211, customer.services@tso.co.uk265401601/3851601/385

Town & Country Planning

Renfrewshire Council

PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS) (SCOTLAND) ACT 1997, SECTION 61

DESIGNATION OF THE PAISLEY TOWN CENTRE CONSERVATION AREA,

Notice is hereby given that Renfrewshire Council has designated the Paisley Town Centre Conservation Area. The area comprises the previously designated Cross/Oakshaw Outstanding Conservation Area, and an area to its south. The following are in the area:

Bridge St; Brown’s Lane; 1-9 Canal St; 35-83 & 32-80 Causeyside St; Abbey Close; Bridge St; Brown’s Lane; Canal St, 1-9; Causeyside, 1-83 &12-80; Church Hill; County Place; County Square, not including the Piazza development on East side; The Cross; Dyers Wynd; Forbes Place; Gauze Street, 7-33, no even numbers; George St, 1-5 & New Jerusalem Church, 2-26 & UWS Block G; George Lane; George Place; Gilmour Street, 3-15 & 2-6; Gordon St, 2/4, former fire station & St Matthew’s Church; High Street; Hunter Street, r/o 16 Oakshaw Street only; Johnstone Street; Laigh Kirk Lane; Lawn Street, 1-11 & 2-8; Marshalls Lane; Meetinghouse Lane; Moss Street, 1-33 & 6-36; New Street; Oakshaw Street; Oakshaw Brae; Oakshawhead; Old Sneddon St, S side only; Orchard Street; Orr Square; Orr Street; School Wynd; Silk Street, 1-5 & 2-6; Shuttle Street; Smithhills Street, 2-14, no odd numbers; St. James Bridge; St. Mirrens Street; Stoney Brae; Storie Street, 2-14 & 41-45; Stow Street,1-3 & 2-4; Townhead Terrace; Underwood Lane, S Side, including UWS Halls of Residence: Weighhouse Close, E side only; Wellmeadow Street, 2-28, no odd numbers; West Brae.

A map showing the boundary of the Conservation Area is available for inspection at Renfrewshire House, Cotton Street, Paisley, Monday to Thursday 8.45am to 4.45pm, and Friday 8.45am to 3.55pm.

Designation has the affect that many works cannot be carried out without the consent of the Local Planning Authority. These include demolition of any building, including boundary walls; stone cleaning, painting and cladding of walls and re-roofing; and fixing of satellite antenna on parts of the building facing the road. Six weeks’ prior notice in writing needs to be given of any felling, lopping or topping of trees.

Bob Darracott, Director of Planning and Transport, Renfrewshire Council