Winchester Conservation Area Project 2003
The Winchester Conservation Area Project contains a Conservation Area Appraisal, Review and Strategy. The Project was commissioned by Winchester City Council with the support of English Heritage, Hampshire County Council and the City of Winchester Trust. The Project has been subject to extensive public consultation and relevant recommendations have been incorporated into the Winchester District Local Plan Review (adopted 2006).
The Conservation Area Strategy provides Winchester City Council with a tool for the management of the Conservation Area and contains specific guidance on new development, and this has been adopted as Supplementary Planning Guidance.
Copies of the Winchester Conservation Area Project are available for inspection or purchase at the address below during normal opening hours. Copies can also be inspected at Winchester Library or download using the following links. Please be aware that some of the files below are quite large and may take some time downloading. All files are in PDF format
Conservation Area Appraisal
The Conservation Area Character Appraisal assesses the character and quality of the conservation area.
The Historical Development of Winchester
The Archaeology of Winchester
Central Winchester - the walled town
St Giles Hill - The Eastern Suburb
Hyde - The Northern Suburb
Oram's Arbour and the Western Suburb
This Conservation Area Review follows on from the Appraisal that assessed the Conservation Area as eight Character Areas
This the third part of the Conservation Area Project sets out a strategy for the management of the CA and identifies a range of policy vehicles for its implementation