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Conservation Area Appraisals and Management Plans

Conservation Appraisal and Management Plans define the characteristics of Conservation Areas.

Planning authorities should have up-to-date Conservation Appraisal & Management Plan, which defines the characteristics of Conservation Areas.

What is the Conservation Appraisal & Management Plan?

If an area has special architectural or historic interest, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance then the council is required to designate it as Conservation Area.

Local Authorities are encouraged to define the special architectural or historic characteristics of a Conservation Area through regular character appraisals & management plans.

The Tavistock Conservation Area Appraisal & Management Plan documents are shown below and be downloaded by clicking on them.


Tavistock Conservation Area Appraisal & Management Plan documents

2014 Revisions

The Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan were reviewed in 2013 and the revised versions adopted 29 April 2014 by Hub Committee. These written documents should be read in conjunction with the maps produced as part of the original 2009 Appraisal and Management Plan. These remain as adopted supporting information.

2009 Documents

Maps and Details

A number of maps for the Tavistock Conservation area can be downloaded, using the links below.

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