Canewdon Church Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan

Ended on the 30 August 2007
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(1) 3. Statutory Protection within the Conservation Area (Fig. 2)

3.1 Canewdon Church conservation area was designated in March 1986.

3.2 There are 6 listed structures in the conservation area, including the church, The Vicarage, Vicarage Cottage, a headstone and a table tomb, and the village lock-up and stocks. The church is designated Grade II*, the remainder are all Grade II.

3.3 There are no scheduled ancient monuments within the conservation area.

3.4 There are no public rights of way indicated on the Definitive Map of footpaths in Essex.

3.5 The conservation area lies within Green Belt.

3.6 One large horse chestnut tree on the southern boundary of the churchyard is protected by a Tree Preservation Order (TPO). Another horse chestnut adjacent to the village lock-up is also protected by a TPO, and is one of a group of eight horse chestnuts protected by TPOs, the remainder of which are outside the conservation area. Other trees within the conservation area enjoy protection in as much as anyone within a conservation area carrying out works to a tree must give written notification to the local planning department at least six weeks beforehand.

Fig. 2 Canewdon Church conservation area showing statutory designations

Fig. 2 Canewdon Church conservation area showing statutory designations

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