Public consultation from 21 November 2022 to 20 January 2023
We are seeking your views on the Draft Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plans for Glaven Valley, which provide up-to-date guidance for the care and protection of the Conservation Areas.
This consultation closes at 11:59pm on 20 January 2023.
We want to hear your views
There will be exhibitions displaying the proposals at four locations within the Glaven Valley. Copies of the full appraisal document will also be available alongside feedback forms for written comments.
The exhibitions will take place at the following locations (normal opening times apply):
- St Nicholas Church, Blakeney
- NNDC Offices, Holt Road, Cromer
- Holt Library, 9 Church Street
- St Lawrence Parish Church, Hunworth
There will be Council representatives available to explain the process and answer questions at a public meeting on Wednesday, 30 November, from 5.30pm to 7pm at the following location:
The Glaven Valley presentation document summarises the key elements of the Conservation Area Appraisal and contains the following:
- a summary of what makes the Conservation Area significant
- a plan illustrating the features of the Conservation Area
- the overarching approach to looking after the Conservation Area in the future
- proposed changes to the Conservation Area boundary
Maps showing boundary changes
- Selbrigg Pond and Red House (PDF)
- Hempstead Hall and Green Farm (PDF)
- Modern Housing North of Edgefield, modern housing South of Edgefield and fields and Old Rectory West of Edgefield (PDF)
- Quarry (PDF)
- Stody (PDF)
- Partial field South of Thornage, Partial fields South of Brinton, Fields North of Brinton and Breck Farm (PDF)
- Breck Farm (PDF)
- Saxlingham Road (PDF)
- Lawn Farm and Woodland on the edge of the Holt Hall Estate (PDF)
- Car park east of Cley (PDF)
- Holt and Lodge Farm in Holt (PDF)
- Salt Marshes (PDF)
Proposed locally listed buildings
- Swan Cottage, Swan Lodge Barn and Swan Lodge, Holt Road (PDF)
- The Watering, Cley Road (PDF)
- Beck Farm, Thornage and Beck Farm Cottage and Barn (PDF)
- Old Hall Cottage, The Old White Horse, Cross Green and The Pightles, Rectory Road (PDF)
- Stody Lodge, South Lodges and Thatched Cottages (PDF)
What happens next?
Following the community consultation and review of all representations received, the Appraisals and Management Proposals will be amended as required and reconsidered by the District Council’s Planning Policy and Built Heritage Working Party before formal adoption by Cabinet. The document will then become a material consideration in the North Norfolk District Council planning process.