Holly Lodge Estate Asking Residents What They Think About The Introduction Of Special Planning Measures To Protect The Appearance Of The Conservation Area

Closed 1 Jun 2009

Opened 2 Mar 2009

Results expected 12 Jun 2009

Overview

Culture and environment

The statistical results of the consultation will be published here and posted to everybody who responded to the consultation.  

Results due: 1 July 2009

Why We Are Consulting

This consultation seeks to assess the level of support in the local area for introduction of special planning measures to

  • protect the Holly Lodge Estate’s special character and appearance; and
  • retain its attractiveness as a place to live.   

The special measures are known as an Article 4(2) Direction and will be applied to all houses in the conservation area.  

The direction means that residents will have to apply for planning permission for works to the front of their houses unless they are making like-for-like replacement to windows, doors, boundary walls and gardens.  

The occupiers of flats in the area are not directly affected as they already need to apply for planning permission for alterations to their properties.
 
The information gathered at consultation stage will inform the Council’s decision whether to introduce and confirm the Direction.

Areas

  • Highgate

Audiences

  • Landlords
  • Residents

Interests

  • Environment
  • Housing