Reading Borough Council - Conservation Area
Published: 19 December 2019
Chance to comment on updated
Russell Street/Castle Hill Conservation Area Appraisal
Reading Borough Council is consulting on
an updated Russell Street/Castle Hill Conservation Area Appraisal until 7th
February 2020. This includes a proposed extension to the boundary of the
The Council is required to periodically
review the town’s conservation areas and any conservation area appraisals in
order to ensure appropriate protection of special architectural or historic
interest of the conservation areas. The last Conservation Area Appraisal
for this area was published in 2004. This new appraisal has been produced
for the Council by the Reading Conservation Area Advisory Committee, set up to
advise Reading Borough Council in regards to conservation areas, and in
conjunction with the local Baker Street Area Neighbourhood Association (BSANA)
Conservation Streets Committee.
They are seeking comments on the appraisal and the
proposed extension. The full updated St Peters Conservation Area Appraisal is
on the Council’s website at: https://consult.reading.gov.uk/dens/draft-russell-street-castle-hill-conservation-area/.
Copies are also available for viewing at Central and Battle Libraries (during normal opening hours) as well as in the Civic
Offices, Bridge Street (between 9 am and 5 pm Monday to Friday).
They would welcome any comments that you have.
Please provide written responses to the consultation by 5 pm on Friday
7th February 2020. Responses should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or Planning Policy Team, Reading Borough Council, Civic Offices, Bridge Street,