Explains how to view a draft conservation area appraisal.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is undertaking a programme of work to re-appraise its conservation areas. It is important that those who have an interest in these areas are given the opportunity to comment on the appraisal documents before they are ratified by the council. As far as possible, affected residents and occupiers of commercial properties within the conservation areas are notified of the draft appraisals as soon as the documents are available for consultation. Although the council is happy to send out a paper copy of an appraisal on request, appraisal documents that are at the consultation stage are presented below. The closing dates for consultation and details for contacting the conservation team by email are shown on the final text page of the individual appraisal. Please note: these documents will not come into force until the consultation stage is completed and they have been adopted by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
During 2016 and 2017 a re-appraisal of the Walkington Conservation Area was undertaken. The re-appraisal was undertaken with two objectives:
1. To publish an up-to-date conservation area appraisal document;
2. Review the conservation area boundary.
These objectives have been met in the preparation of a new appraisal document and proposed revised conservation area boundary map.
Before approving the publication of the document and ratifying of the boundary amendments, a period of consultation is required to seek public comment and feedback upon the findings of the re-appraisal.
The public consultation will be open for a period of 28 days from the 7 July 2017.
Re-appraisal document (pdf 5.16mb opens in new window)
Feedback form (word 133kb opens in new window)
Please send feedback to email@example.com or to Building Conservation Team, East Riding of Yorkshire Council, County Hall, Beverley, HU17 9BA by the 4 August 2017.
Copies of the documents are available to view at the Beverley Customer Service Centre.
Once a conservation area appraisal is adopted by the council then it will be included with the other adopted conservation area appraisals.