A Conservation Area for Acocks Green? ***Last Public Consultation Event – Tues 11th 6pm-8pm***

At the Neighbourhood Forum’s last Public Meeting, we had an interesting presentation by Architect Joe Holyoak about a proposed Conservation Area for Acocks Green.

A Conservation Area is an area of architectural interest, the character and appearance of which it is desirable to preserve, keep or enhance.

– Planning Act, 1990 (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas)

Proposed Conservation Area, Acocks Green

Proposed Conservation Area, Acocks Green

The proposed area has Acocks Green Railway station in the centre and the architecture reflects the development of the area from a Worcestershire village to a thriving suburban area, largely because of the improved transport links.  There is a Public Consultation taking place on 3rd, 8th and 11th March for residents to learn more about the plan and to express their views. A full list of the roads included and the details of the consultation are here: Page 1, & Page 2. Also look out for leaflets being delivered around the proposed area.

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2 Responses to A Conservation Area for Acocks Green? ***Last Public Consultation Event – Tues 11th 6pm-8pm***

  1. stephen cox says:

    page 2 link does not seem to work

    • gedhughes says:

      Hi Steve, if you’ve used the link from an email alert then it may not work, but I have now fixed the problem on the updated post, I hope! Just tried it on my phone and it worked. Thanks for letting me know though.
      Ged

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