Conservation Area: Clifton Conservation Area (Conservation Area 2)

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Authority City of York Council
Date assigned Monday, January 1, 1968
Date last amended Wednesday, January 1, 1975


Clifton Conservation Area was originally designated in 1968. In 1975, following public consultation, the boundaries were extended from the village green south-east to meet the Central Historic Core Conservation Area where Bootham gives way to Clifton. The boundaries were again revised 28/02/2002 to include North Parade, Queen Anne's Road and the area adjacent to Queen Anne's School. The main elements of the character of the area are: 1) Clifton Green with its rural 'vaillage' character 2) The large Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian villas 3) The groups of trees in roadside verges and other open spaces 4) The generous spaces between buildings

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  • Unpublished document: Clifton Conservation Area.



Grid reference Centred SE 5930 5290 (1105m by 1278m)
Map sheet SE55SE

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Record last edited

Mar 12 2021 10:52AM


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