Conservation Area: Dunnington Conservation Area (Conservation Area 33)

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Authority City of York Council
Date assigned Thursday, May 13, 2004
Date last amended


Dunnington conservation area was designated in May 2004. It includes the historic core and main approaches to the village in a T-shape formed from Church Street, York Street and Common Road. A Village Design Statement was completed in 2006. The Church of Saint Nicholas is Grade II* listed and has late 11th century origins with a 12th century nave and lower stage to the tower. The Village Cross has a medieva shaft and later finial. There area also several 18th-19th century listed buildings on Church Street and York Street. The main elements of the character and appearance of the area: 1) The way that the historic core of the village survives with such a strong and distinctive character 2) The individuality of the main village streets 3) The interesting topography and contrast between the enclosed village streets and the open area of the Green 4) The sense of activity and focus for the community given by the shops and village facilities

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Sources (2)

  • Unpublished document: 2006. Dunnington Village Design Statement.
  • Unpublished document: Dunnington Conservation Area.



Grid reference Centred SE 6693 5256 (1076m by 522m)
Map sheet SE65SE

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Record last edited

Aug 12 2015 2:12PM


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