Town and Country Planning

0.02040351.403879BR1 3UHThe London Borough of Bromley2001-01-23BR13UHPLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS) ACT 1990TSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211,

London Borough of Bromley


Notice is hereby given, under the provisions of the 1990 Act, that the London Borough of Bromley has determined that the areas described in the Schedule to this notice are areas of special architectural or historic interest, and that it is desirable to preserve or enhance their character or appearance. It has accordingly designated the areas as a “conservation area”.
The principal effects of this area being designated as a conservation area are as follows:

(a) The Council is under a duty to prepare proposals to ensure the preservation or enhancement of the area.
(b) It is an offence to cut down, lop, top, uproot or wilfully damage or wilfully destroy any trees in a Conservation Area without prior notice being given to the council (subject to certain exemptions). Prior notice of intention to commence any of the above-mentioned acts, must be served on the Council, giving 6 weeks notice.
(c) It is an offence to demolish any building (with certain limited exceptions) which is within a Conservation Area without the consent of the Local Planning Authority.
(d) It is an offence to demolish any gate, wall, fence or other means of enclosure (with certain limited exceptions) of a metre or more in height where abutting on a highway (including a public footpath or bridleway), waterway or open space, or two metres or more high in any other case which is within a Conservation Area without the consent of the Council as a Local Planning Authority.
(e) In carrying out any functions under the Planning Acts and, in particular, in determining applications for planning permission and listed building consent, the Council and the Secretary of State are required to take into account the desirability of preserving or enhancing the character or appearance of the area.
(f) Special publicity will be given to planning applications, which are likely to affect the character or appearance of the conservation area.
W. Million, Borough Secretary
Bromley Civic Centre, Stockwell Close, Bromley.
Plans showing the areas designated are available for inspection at the Environmental Services Department, Bromley Civic Centre, Stockwell Close, Bromley BR1 3UH, during normal office hours on Mondays to Fridays. Below are the properties included in the conservation area:
Plan: BCA 44(1)
Holy Trinity Church, The Vicarage, The Church Rooms, Church Lane, Bromley, Oakley Farm, 56 Hastings Road, Bromley.
Plan: BCA 44(3)
North House, Middle House, South House, The Glebe, 3-59 (odds) including 3 a, 3 b, 13 a, Oakley Road, 31 and 31 a, Cross Road, 56-62 (evens) including 58 a, Gravel Road, 70-76 (evens) Gravel Road, Bromley.
Plan: BCA 44(4)
2-6 Towerfields, 1 and 2 Park Cottage, 1-8 Leonard Place, Westerham Road, The Keston Mark, 65 Croydon Road, Bromley.
Plan BCA 44(5)
Bowens Lodge, The Gate House, Forest Lodge, Westerham Road, Lakes Cottage, Ravenscourt, Fish Pond Road, Ravensbourne, Brockdene Drive, Bromley.
Plan BCA 44(6)
The Turtons, The Oast House, Pantiles, Oast House Cottage, Webbs Cottage, Croydon Road, The Coach House, The Old Stables, Baston Manor Cottage, Manor Cottage, The Lodge Hast Hill, The Cottage, 1-6 Hast Hill House, Baston Manor House, Bromley.
Plan BCA 44(7)
Gorsewood, Barnet Wood Road, Baston School Cottage, Baston School, Pleasant View, Dreadnought Cottage, Baston Road, 54 and 56 Baston Road, 123-131 (odds), Baston Road, 2-14 Redgate Drive, Bromley.
Plan BCA 44(8)
Hayes Court, Hayes Grove Cottage, 106 West Common Road, Hayes Grove, Prestons Road, Ivy Cottage, Warren Road, 1-3 Oak Cottages, Hillside Lane, Bromley.
Plan BCA 44(9)
Lodge to Warren, The Warren, No. 1-3 Cottage The Warren, Gate Lodge to Concy Hill School, Croydon Road, Warren Cottage, Warren Wood Close, Bromley.