North Somerset Council is currently developing proposals for changes to the Conservation Areas that operate in Weston-super-Mare – and they want to hear what you think.
Conservation areas exist to protect the special architectural and historic interest of a place – in other words the features that make it unique and distinctive. You can read more about what it means to live in a conservation area by visiting this page on the Historic England website
The proposal is to merge the current Conservation Areas in Weston into one Conservation Area that is subdivided into four separate character areas. This includes adding to the footprint by including the town centre and residential areas around Ellenborough Park and Clarence Park.
You can get involved by reading about the plan on the council’s online eConsult website or by attending a public consultation event. The details are below.
1) Online eConsult
2) Public Consultation event – Public workshop Tuesday 25th September. 5.30pm- 7.30pm. Weston Museum. Burlington St. WsM
Members of the public are invited to register to attend a workshop to discuss the draft reports. The two hour workshop provides the opportunity to consider the draft Appraisals and to feed in your views.
To get further information about the workshop and to reserve a place please click on this link: