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The Council is reviewing its designated conservation areas.
The aim is to identify the special interest and characteristics of a place in order to inform future development and help manage change. Once adopted, conservation area appraisals become a material planning consideration and therefore contribute to defining the historic environment of North Norfolk.
The district’s completed conservation area appraisals and management proposals are available for you to view and download here.
Conservation area appraisal documents
|Aldborough (PDF, 6MB)||30 June 2008|
|Baconsthorpe (PDF, 12MB)||7 June 2021|
|Blakeney (PDF, 42MB)||8 July 2019|
|Brinton (PDF, 24MB)||July 2022|
|Cley (PDF, 43MB)||8 July 2019|
|Cromer (PDF, 17MB)||12 November 2012|
|Edgefield (PDF, 23MB)||July 2022|
|Fakenham (PDF, 4MB)||28 November 2011|
|Glandford (PDF, 16MB)||7 June 2021|
|Hempstead (PDF, 13MB)||7 June 2021|
|Holt (PDF, 29MB)||7 June 2021|
|Hunworth (PDF, 24MB)||July 2022|
|Letheringsett (PDF, 39MB)||August 2021|
|Ludham (PDF, 9MB)||August 2020|
|Melton Constable (PDF, 2MB)||19 June 2008|
|Morston (PDF, 27MB)||8 July 2019|
|Mundesley (PDF, 41MB)||26 November 2009|
|North Walsham (PDF, 130MB)||23 December 2009|
|RAF Coltishall (PDF, 2MB)||26 August 2010|
|Sharrington (PDF, 23MB)||July 2022|
|Stalham Staithe (PDF, 9MB)||March 2017|
|Stody (PDF, 21MB)||July 2022|
|Thornage (PDF, 22MB)||July 2022|
|Walsingham (PDF, 8MB)||4 November 2013|
|Wiveton (PDF, 29MB)||8 July 2019|