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Scotland Green and Bruce Grove Conservation Areas

Photo of Windsor Parade, Tottenham High Road, in the Bruce Grove Conservation Area

Scotland Green and Bruce Grove Conservation Areas

The Scotland Green and Bruce Grove Conservation Areas run along the middle stretch of Tottenham High Road, from north of its junctions with Monument Way to south of its junction with Lordship Lane / Lansdowne Road, as well as short stretches of some roads off.

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Conservation Area Maps

Low resolution version of a map showing the Bruce Grove and Scotland Green Conservation Areas

The extent of the Scotland Green and Bruce Grove Conservation Areas is shown in the map on the left and can be viewed in greater detail from one of the maps that can be downloaded from the attached files section at the bottom of this page. Please note these file may be large and take some time to download.

On the maps showing both Conservation Areas, the Bruce Grove Conservation Area is outlined in red, and the Scotland Green Conservation Area is outlined in blue.

Please note that there are three other Conservation Areas adjoining these that are not shown on these maps; the Tottenham Green Conservation Area adjoins the south of the Bruce Grove Conservation Area; for its description please see the Tottenham Green Conservation Area web page. The Bruce Castle Conservation Area adjoins part of the western edge of the Bruce Grove Conservation Area; for its description please see the Bruce Castle Conservation Area web page. The North Tottenham Conservation Area adjoins the northern boundary of the Scotland Green Conservation Area; for its description please see the North Tottenham Conservation Area web page.

You can also view maps of the conservation areas, along with other Planning Designations (including other Heritage Designations such as Statutorily Listed and Locally Listed Buildings) on the Interactive Haringey Map page.

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Designation & Character Appraisal

The Scotland Green and Bruce Grove Conservation Areas are two separate adjacent Conservation Areas that are also part of the Tottenham High Road Historic Corridor of six connected Conservation Areas. It has a single adopted character appraisal which can be downloaded from the Tottenham High Road Historic Corridor page.

The Scotland Green Conservation Area was originally designated on 22 February 1990 and covered the Blue School island, the south side of Scotland Green from the junction with High Road east and a section of the High Road; it was expanded to its present extent in 1998.

The Bruce Grove Conservation Area was originally designated on 16 September 1991 and covered most of the present boundary, except for numbers. 444-462 on the East side of the High Road and some of the land up to the railway embankment. The boundary was amended in July 1998 to its present line.

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Historic Maps

Scotland Green and Bruce Grove are separate conservation areas but the historic maps below cover both.

A number of the files below are quite large and may take a while to download if you have a slower internet connection.

Attached Files

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