Eastleigh Conservation Areas
Page last updated at 04 October 2017 at 08:24
What is a Conservation Area?
Conservation Areas are places of environmental quality and interest. This could be a mix of uses, historic layout of property boundaries and thoroughfare, characteristic materials, appropriate scaling and detailing of contemporary buildings, the extent to which traffic intrudes and limits the pedestrian use of spaces between buildings, vistas, the quality of shopfronts, street furniture, and hard and soft surfaces - the quality of townscape in its broadest sense.
Additional planning restrictions apply within these areas to ensure that special regard is paid to preserving and enhancing their character or appearance.
Conservation Areas in Eastleigh Borough
The Borough of Eastleigh has eight conservation areas. To access information on each, click on the name of the conservation area.
For more information on Conservation Areas, please go to the English Heritage website.
Historic England Heritage Protection Operations Department, English Heritage 1 Waterhouse Square 138-142 Holborn London EC1NZST
Built Heritage Links
The conservation area boundaries are shown on our Online Geographical Information System.
Help for Online GIS
The GIS links above will open in a new window. Click on 'Planning' as a category and tick the 'Conservation Area' box in the select map layers option. Use the information tool to read the listing for the properties.
For more information please contact:
Eastleigh Borough Council,
Upper Market Street,
Tel: 023 8068 8000