Consultation: conservation area appraisal
8 June - 3 August 2018
A conservation area appraisal seeks to record and analyse the character of an area, recognising the heritage assets, identifying the risks that threaten an area's special character and looking at opportunities to enhance them.
The conservation area boundary is reviewed and, where necessary, recommendations are made to alter it.
There is also a management plan and policies to guide people interested in the area.
We are consulting on three conservation area appraisals for:
Public exhibitions will be held where you will be able to view the proposed changes and ask questions about the appraisals.
These will held:
- Saturday 16 June, 10am - 3pm at Newport Market
- Thursday 21 June, 4pm - 8pm at Newport Civic Centre
Please email comments by 3 August 2018 to email@example.com
There are 15 conservation areas within the Newport City Council area.
Download the guidance note What is a Conservation Area? (pdf)
- Beechwood Park
- Belle Vue Park
- Kensington Place
- Lower Dock Street
- Lower Machen
- Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal
- St Woolos
- Stow Park
- The Shrubbery
- Town Centre
- Tredegar House and Grounds
Conservation Area Consent
Demolition of a building or structure (e.g. boundary wall) within a conservation area requires Conservation Area Consent.
A Historic Building Grant, of up to 25% of eligible costs to a maximum sum of £2,000, may be available from the council.
Eligible buildings must be of architectural or historic interest.
Read the Historic Building Grant guidance notes and download the Terms and Conditions of Grant Aid (pdf).
Apply by completing the Historic Building Grant application form (pdf)