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My property is just outside the Conservation Area. Does this limit what I can do?

My property is just outside the Conservation Area. Does this limit what I can do?
3 November 2010 Christopher Moore

The Local Planning Authority has a duty to pay special attention to the preservation or enhancement of the character or appearance of a conservation area when considering an application for development. This applies to both development within a conservation area and also to development outside it but close enough to affect its setting.

Particular attention will be given to the scale, design, layout and materials proposed for new development and to its wider impact upon the special character of the conservation area. This will require, for example, the use of appropriate doors and windows and often the use of high quality bricks, tiles and other traditional building materials.