Town and Country Planning

-1.28952950.706669PO30 2QS2006-04-042006-04-28PO302QSThe Isle of WightPlanning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS) ACT 1990TSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211, customer.services@tso.co.uk57969137137

Unitary Council of the Isle of Wight

PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS) ACT 1990, SECTION 69

Notice is hereby given, under the provisions of the 1990 Act that, on 4 April 2006, the Unitary Council of the Isle of Wight designated the area at East Cowes described in the Schedule below, as a conservation area, in accordance with section 69 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990. The principal effects of this designation are as follows: 1. The Council is under a duty to prepare proposals to ensure the preservation or enhancement of the area. 2. Consent must be obtained from the Council for the demolition of any building in the area. 3. Six weeks’ notice must be given to the Council before works are carried out to any tree in the area. 4. Special publicity must be given to planning applications for development in the area. 5. 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. S chedule The southern boundary at its eastern end begins at the junction of the Norris Estate boundary and the northern boundary of the sewage works site and follows the sewage works boundary west and then south for a short distance to the access track. It then follows the centre line of the track south-west as far as, and then along the western boundary of, the Waverley holiday park site. It then turns north-west to the rear of the tennis courts and then south-west to follow the south-eastern boundary of No 9 Cambridge Road, across that road to the south-east side of Albany Road where it includes the stone wall on that side of the road. At the point where the factory site begins, the boundary moves to the centre of Albany Road going south-west to exclude the factory site, and then turning east along the northern boundary of the Barracks site to the centre of Maresfield Road. It then turns south along the centre of the road until in line with the northern wall of the columbine building where it turns west excluding that building, but including the small building on stilts. It then runs out to mean low water mark (MLWM) and turns north and then east following MLWM to the groin off the square tower marking the corner of the Norris Estate where it turns south, including the tower, and follows the western boundary of the Norris Estate to meet up with the northern boundary of the sewage works site. Further information regarding conservation areas (including maps) may be obtained from Council’s planning department or on the web site at www.iwight.com A Ashcroft, Head of Planning Services, Seaclose Offices, Fairlee Road, Newport, Isle of Wight PO30 2QS.