The Stow Park conservation area was designated on 11 April 1983. The conservation area was appraised in 2019 and the boundary revised following a Council resolution on 31 January 2020.
Download a plan of the Stow Park conservation area (pdf).
The special interest of the Stow Park conservation area is drawn from its historical links with Newport’s 19th-century commercial prosperity and the architectural richness this afforded in the growing suburbs.
The ratio of greenery to buildings is also a highly significant characteristic of the conservation area and sets it apart from other suburbs.
Conservation Area Appraisal
The Stow Park Conservation Area Appraisal (2019) is available to view and sets out the history of the area, what makes the area special and provides recommendations for its preservation and enhancement.
The boundary amendments paper (pdf) sets out how the boundary has been amended from 1983 to 2020.
Article 4 Direction
The introduction of an Article 4(2) Direction (pdf), removing certain permitted development rights, is in place for the Stow Park conservation area.
This direction means that some alterations to a domestic property cannot be made without the need for planning consent e.g. removal or renewal of windows and doors.
View the notice for the confirmation of the Direction (pdf).
Please note that the effects of the direction have been in place since 14 February 2020.
For further information please read the conservation area designation advisory leaflet (pdf) and what that means for owners and occupiers.
Contact the conservation officer at Newport City Council or email email@example.com.