Consultation: Alscot and Horsenden conservation area appraisals
We want your views on revised conservation area appraisals for the Horsenden and Alscot conservation areas. These have been updated in light of recent English Heritage advice and the ongoing work on the Princes Risborough Town Plan. Once finalised, these appraisals will be used to inform the decisions of planning applications in their respective conservation areas.
Purpose and detail
Conservation areas are areas of particular heritage interest, which are formally designated by local authorities to recognise and protect their character. Conservation area appraisals set out what the special qualities and individual character of these areas are, to inform and advise applications for planning permission in the area.
We adopted conservation area appraisals for Alscot in 1997, and Horsenden in 1996. We are updating our existing appraisals in light of more recent English Heritage advice and the current consideration of the Princes Risborough Town Plan.
Draft conservation appraisals
As part of this public consultation exercise any information you give us, including personal data, may be put into the public domain, including on this website.
- Tuesday 13 September 2016
- 5pm on Tuesday 1 November 2016
If you have any queries:
Once the consultation has closed, we will use the responses we receive to refine and improve the conservation area appraisals before they are finalised and adopted by our Cabinet. Once adopted, the conservation area appraisals will be used to inform the decisions of planning applications in their respective conservation areas.