- From 1 September 2017 consultation letters will no longer be sent for planning applications. Where there is a legal duty to consult, a site notice will be placed at each site. More about the changes here
- The council has now received the Inspector’s report on Haringey’s Local Plan. Further information is available on the Examination in Public page
A conservation area is an area of special architectural or historic interest, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance. Local authorities have a responsibility to identify such areas and designate them as conservation areas.
There are 28 conservation areas in Haringey which are identified on the Haringey Conservation Areas Map (PDF, 4MB). A comprehensive list of conservation areas can be found on the List of Conservation Areas page, along with documents and guidance relating to specific areas.
Is my property in a conservation area?
If you want to know whether a property is in a conservation area, the Haringey online mapping system will give you details of the property, including whether it is in a conservation area or not. Advice about works in conservation areas and making changes to properties can be found on the Development in conservation areas page.
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