Conservation Area: Osbaldwick Conservation Area (Conservation Area 24)

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Authority City of York Council
Date assigned Sunday, January 1, 1978
Date last amended Thursday, January 15, 2004


Osbaldwick conservation area was designated in 1978 and included the compact historic core framed by the village green and part of Murton Way. On 15th January 2004 the area was extended following public consultation. The Church of St. Thomas is 12th century in origin and is grade II listed. Here are also several other grade II listed buildings in the area. To the north the village has retained its open rural setting, with the pattern of long narrow fields and paddocks, a legacy from the medieval period. The main elements of the character and appearance of the area are: 1) The elements surviving from the medieval form of layout 2) The open rural character of the green, that has withstood considerable change in the village and the relationship between building groups and natural features

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  • Unpublished document: Osbaldwick Conservation Area.



Grid reference Centred SE 6345 5199 (573m by 374m)
Map sheet SE65SW

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Record last edited

Aug 12 2015 12:00PM


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