Conservation area appraisal
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.
26 October - 21 December 2018
We are consulting on conservation area appraisals for:
Follow the links above to the relevant appraisal report and send us your comments by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or writing to Panning Policy, Civic Centre, Newport, NP204UR.
You may also like to attend one of the public exhibitions taking place where you can view the proposals and ask questions:
- Stow Park or The Shrubbery conservation area appraisals - visit Newport Civic Centre on Wednesday 7 November 2018 from 3pm – 7.30pm
- Caerleon conservation area appraisal - visit the Memorial Room in Caerleon Town Hall on Monday 12 November 2018 from 3pm – 7.30pm
We consulted on conservation area appraisals for:
Public exhibitions were held to view and discuss the proposals.
Please email any qestions to email@example.com
There are 15 conservation areas in the Newport area:
Download the guidance note What is a Conservation Area? (pdf)
Demolition of a building or structure within a conservation area requires Conservation Area Consent, please contact the conservation officer at Newport City Council for information.