Wanstead Grove Conservation Area Appraisal & Management Plan (CAAMP) Consultation

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Why are we consulting and what is a conservation area?

Redbridge Council invites you to comment on the Wanstead Grove Conservation Area Appraisal & Management Plan (CAAMP) consultation document. A 12-week consultation period for the draft Wanstead Grove CAAMP has now begun. It will run between 22 January and 15 April 2024. Redbridge Council have been working on a conservation area appraisal and a management plan (CAAMP) for the Wanstead Grove Conservation Area and we now need your feedback to ensure it incorporates local knowledge and responds to local priorities.

Conservation areas exist to manage and protect the special architectural and historic interest of a place. Within a conservation area there are extra planning controls to protect the features that make it unique, and they are normally designated by the local authority. The Wanstead Grove Conservation Area Appraisal & Management Plan document will guide future development and design within the conservation area and assess its character to help consider the potential impact future development may have on the built heritage within it.


How to get involved

Online:

You can make your comments on this page by completing the short survey below and add any further responses on the Wanstead Grove appraisal document in the space provided by the final survey question. You must register to respond to the consultation via the survey.

Face to Face:

A public meeting (drop-in session) will take place between 2pm and 6pm on 7 February 2024 at the Churchill Room at Wanstead Library, Spratt Hall Road, Wanstead E11 2RQ. There will be printed feedback forms at this event which you can use to submit your response to the consultation.


Thank you, we look forward to receiving your views on the content of the draft Wanstead Grove CAAMP document.



Why are we consulting and what is a conservation area?

Redbridge Council invites you to comment on the Wanstead Grove Conservation Area Appraisal & Management Plan (CAAMP) consultation document. A 12-week consultation period for the draft Wanstead Grove CAAMP has now begun. It will run between 22 January and 15 April 2024. Redbridge Council have been working on a conservation area appraisal and a management plan (CAAMP) for the Wanstead Grove Conservation Area and we now need your feedback to ensure it incorporates local knowledge and responds to local priorities.

Conservation areas exist to manage and protect the special architectural and historic interest of a place. Within a conservation area there are extra planning controls to protect the features that make it unique, and they are normally designated by the local authority. The Wanstead Grove Conservation Area Appraisal & Management Plan document will guide future development and design within the conservation area and assess its character to help consider the potential impact future development may have on the built heritage within it.


How to get involved

Online:

You can make your comments on this page by completing the short survey below and add any further responses on the Wanstead Grove appraisal document in the space provided by the final survey question. You must register to respond to the consultation via the survey.

Face to Face:

A public meeting (drop-in session) will take place between 2pm and 6pm on 7 February 2024 at the Churchill Room at Wanstead Library, Spratt Hall Road, Wanstead E11 2RQ. There will be printed feedback forms at this event which you can use to submit your response to the consultation.


Thank you, we look forward to receiving your views on the content of the draft Wanstead Grove CAAMP document.



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