Consultation for the adoption of the Perry Vale and Christmas Estate Conservation Area and Article 4 Direction

Closed 23 Oct 2018

Opened 10 Sep 2018

Overview

 The Council is consulting local residents and groups for the adoption of a new conservation area, and Article 4 Direction in the Perry Vale ward. We have written an appraisal in support of the adoption of this proposed conservation area which explains the historic and architectural importance of this area to the borough of Lewisham.

The Council is seeking thoughts and opinions on the appraisal, the principle of the adoption of the area as a conservation area, and the proposed Article 4 direction.  

Why We Are Consulting

After the consultation period, all representations received will be taken into consideration and a final SPD will be reported for adoption to Mayor and Cabinet.

A report detailing the outcome of the consultation, accompanied by the appraisal and draft Article 4 Direction (revised as necessary) will be brought to Mayor and Cabinet in Autumn 2018 for adoption.  

For more information about the proposal, how the process works and to give us your views please click to the link to the online survey below.

What Happens Next

Thank you for your comments and considerations on this consultation, all representations will be considered and will form part of a revised Conservation Area Appraisal and Article 4 Direction.

All residents and those that responded will be informed of the outcome from the Mayor and Cabinet meeting by February 2019. If you would like further information, or would like to be informed; please write to the Conservation email inbox at conservation@lewisham.gov.uk.

Events

Areas

  • Perry Vale

Audiences

  • Lewisham residents
  • Service users
  • Businesses
  • Voluntary and community groups
  • Professional stakeholders (e.g. teachers, GPs, police etc.)

Interests

  • Parks and open spaces
  • Arts and culture
  • Libraries
  • Regeneration
  • Planning
  • Environment
  • Transport and traffic
  • Housing and homelessness
  • Crime and safety
  • Business and local economy
  • Civic participation and democracy