Conservation Areas


Conservations areas have special restrictions imposed on development in order to retain the character of the area. Conservation areas were first introduced by the Civic Amenities Act 1967, which gave local councils the power to designate areas which people generally feel have a special character worth protecting or enhancing.

Tyne and Wear

Gateshead:

Newcastle

North Tyneside:

South Tyneside

  • Cleadon
  • Cleadon Hills
  • East Boldon
  • Hebburn Hall
  • Mariners' Cottages
  • Mill Dam
  • Monkton
  • St Paul's
  • West Boldon
  • Westoe
  • Whitburn

Sunderland

  • Ashbrooke
  • Bishopwearmouth
  • Nesham Place (Houghton)
  • Newbottle
  • Old Sunderland
  • Old Sunderland Riverside
  • Roker Park 
  • Silksworth Hall
  • St. Michael's (Houghton)
  • Sunniside
  • The Cedars 
  • The Green, Ryhope
  • Washington
  • Whitburn Bents

Northumberland

  • Acomb 
  • Allendale 
  • Alnmouth 
  • Alnwick 
  • Amble 
  • Bamburgh 
  • Bedlington 
  • Belford 
  • Belsay 
  • Berwick-upon-Tweed 
  • Blanchland 
  • Blyth Bondicar Terrace 
  • Blyth Heritage (Harbour) Area 
  • Blyth Central 
  • Bothal 
  • Broomley 
  • Cambo
  • Capheaton 
  • Chatton 
  • Corbridge 
  • Cramlington Village 
  • Eglingham 
  • Embleton 
  • Felton 
  • Glanton 
  • Great Bavington 
  • Great Whittington 
  • Guyzance 
  • Haltwhistle 
  • Haydon Bridge 
  • Hexham 
  • High Callerton 
  • Holy Island 
  • Holywell 
  • Horsley 
  • Humshaugh 
  • Kirknewton 
  • Kirkwhelpington 
  • Lesbury 
  • Longhirst 
  • Longhorsley 
  • Matfen 
  • Middleton 
  • Morpeth 
  • Netherwitton 
  • Newbiggin-by-the-Sea 
  • Newbrough 
  • Newton 
  • Newton-on-the-Moor 
  • Norham 
  • North Sunderland 
  • Ovingham 
  • Ovington 
  • Ponteland 
  • Rock 
  • Rothbury 
  • Seahouses 
  • Seaton Delaval 
  • Shotley 
  • Spittal 
  • Stamfordham 
  • Tweedmouth 
  • Wall 
  • Warkworth 
  • West Thirston 
  • Whalton 
  • Whittingham 
  • Whitton 
  • Wooler

Teesside

 -Middlesbrough

  - Hartlepool

  • Church Street
  • Elwick
  • Grange
  • Greatham
  • Headland
  • Park
  • Seaton Carew
  • Stranton

 - Redcar & Cleveland:

County Durham

  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
St Mary's Island and Lighthouse
- A Brief History More About the Lighthouse Map Street View St Mary’s Island is a tidal island located off Curry's Point to the north of Whitley Bay, accessed by a causeway ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Backworth
from http://www.northtyneside.go...
Conservation Areas - North Tyneside Council
- "Conservations areas are designated areas where special restrictions are imposed on development in order to retain the character of the area....There are 17 conservation areas within North Tyneside"

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  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Axwell Park
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Saltwell
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Saltburn by the Sea
- Overview About Saltburn Map Street View   Saltburn-by-the-Sea is a seaside resort in North Yorkshire, England. The local council, a unitary authority, is Redcar and Cleveland. Historically part of the ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Ormesby Hall
- Overview About Ormesby Hall Map Street View Ormesby Hall is a National Trust property located in Ormesby, Middlesbrough. The Palladian style building was completed in 1754 and is Grade I listed. ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Gibside
- Overview About Gibside Map Street View Gibside estate Gibside is a country estate, set amongst the peaks and slopes of the Derwent Valley, between Rowlands Gill, Tyne and Wear and ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Cullercoats
- Overview History Map   Cullercoats village was founded in 1539. Historically the village depended on fishing; there was also local coal mining in so-called bell pits. The coal was used ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Walbottle
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Monkton, South Tyneside
- Overview Map Street View Monkton is area in South Tyneside which is located to the south of Jarrow. The origins of Monkton date back to at least 1074 AD, when ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Bishopwearmouth
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
North Shields Fish Quay
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Whickham
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Coatsworth
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
St. Nicholas Hospital
- This psychiatric hospital, located in Coxlodge, originally opened in 1869 and named Newcastle upon Tyne Borough Lunatic Asylum. During the First World War patients were evacuated and the hospital became ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Brandling Village
- Summary Map Brandling Village is part of Jesmond, a suburb of Newcastle. Parts of Brandling Village were a designated conservation area which includes 36 grade II listed buildings and St. ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Whitburn, South Tyneside
- Overview About Whitburn Map Street View Whitburn is a village on the coast of South Tyneside, located between South Shields and the City of Sunderland. Whitburn is a village in ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Alnmouth
- Overview About Alnmouth Map Street View Alnmouth is a large village in Northumberland located near the mouth of the River Aln where it flows into the North Sea. Bronze Age ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Alnwick
- Overview History Map Street View Alnwick is a historic market town in Northumberland, located on the banks of the River Aln, 32 miles south of Berwick-upon-Tweed 34 miles north of ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Easington
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Linthorpe
- Summary History Map Linthorpe is a suburb of Middlesbrough. Originally it was a small rural hamlet, but became part of Middlesbrough, as the town grew rapidly in the late 19th ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Kirkleatham
- Overview About Kirkleatham Map Street View Near Redcar Kirkleatham is a village in the unitary authority of Redcar and Cleveland and the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire, England. It is ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Acklam
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Acklam Hall
- Overview About Acklam Hall Map Street View Acklam Hall was built by William Hustler in 1678 in the former village, and now suburb, of Acklam in Middlesbrough. The mansion, now ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Cambo
- Overview About Cambo Map Street View Cambo is a village in Northumberland located about 11 miles to the west of Morpeth. It is part of Wallington Estate, maintained by the ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Staindrop
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Westoe
- Overview Further Information Westoe is a suburb of South Shields. It was originally a separate village but was gradually absorbed into South Shields as the town expanded during the late ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Nunthorpe
- Overview History Nunthorpe is an area on outer suburbs of Middlesbrough, which was previously a separate village. It was referred to as Thorp in the Domesday book of 1086. Its ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Seaton Carew
- Overview About Seaton Carew Map Street View   Seaton Carew is a small seaside resort in County Durham, North East England, with a population of 6,018 (2001). It is situated ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Tudhoe, County Durham
- Overview About Tudhoe Map Street View Tudhoe is a village in County Durham which is adjacent to Spennymoor. Tudhoe is a village in County Durham, in England. It is situated ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Haltwhistle
- Overview About Haltwhistle Map Street View   Haltwhistle is a small town and civil parish in Northumberland, England, 10 miles east of Brampton, near Hadrian's Wall. It had a population ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Guyzance
- Overview About Guyzance Map Street View   Guyzance, historically Guizance, is a small village or hamlet in Northumberland, England. It is located south east of Alnwick on the River Coquet, ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Embleton
- Overview About Embleton Map Street View   Embleton village and civil parish in the English county of Northumberland is about 0.5 miles from the bay that carries its name. The ...
  from Pat Thomson (Co-Curate Page)
Ashbrooke
- Overview About Ashbrooke Map Street View Backhouse Park, Mowbray Park, Charlton House, Langham Tower, Ashbrooke House, Bede Tower, St. John's Methodist Church, Christ Church, West Hendon House Ashbrooke is a residential area ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Windlestone
- Sir Anthony Eden, Priminister in the 1955-1957, was born at Windlestone Hall in 1897.
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Wolsingham
- Overview History Map Street View   Wolsingham sits at the confluence of the River Wear and Waskerley Beck. It is a small settlement and one of the first market towns ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Barningham
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Newbiggin (Teesdale)
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Witton-le-Wear
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Whorlton, County Durham
- Overview About Whorton Map Street View Whorlton in County Durham is a village located on the North banks of the River Tees, about 3.5 miles South East of Barnard Castle. Whorlton ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Greta Bridge
- Overview About Greta Bridge Map Street View Greta Bridge is a village in the south of County Durham, located about 3 miles south-east of Barnard Castle. The village has been ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Shotley Bridge
- Overview About Shotley Bridge Map Street   Shotley Bridge is a village in the Derwent Valley, adjoining the town of Consett in County Durham, England. Shotley Bridge was once the ...
  from Pat Thomson (Co-Curate Page)
Ingleton
- Ingleton (County Durham) is a villiage located about 8 miles west of Darlington. Not to be confused with Ingleton in North Yorkshire.
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Medomsley
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Little Newsham
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Kirk Merrington
- Overview Map Street View The villiage of Kirk Merrington is part of the Spennymoor township, located between the towns of Bishop Auckland and Ferryhill.
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Muggleswick
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Bishop Middleham
- Overview History Map Street View Bishop Middleham is a village near Sedgefield in County Durham. Bishop Middleham is thought to have Anglo-Saxon origins. There are earthwork ruins of Bishop Middleham Castle ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Lintzford
- Lintzford is a villiage on the banks of the River Derwent in the north of County Durham, near Rowlands Gill in Tyneside. 
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Trimdon
- "Trimdon has been the site of an established settlement since at least the 12th century and there has been documented evidence of archaeological discoveries dating from the Bronze Age onwards. ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Gainford
- Overview About Gainford Map Street View Gainford is a village in County Durham located by the River Tees and about 6 miles West of Darlington and a similar distance East of ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Hardwick Park
- Hardwick Park is a country park near Sedgefield.
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Burnopfield
- Overview About Burnopfield Map Street View "The settlement of Burnopfield is believed to have Anglo-Saxon origins, but its interest today lies in its connections with the local coal mining industry ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Cotherstone
- Overview About Cotherstone Map Street View Cotherstone is a village in County Durham which is situated near the confluence of the River Balder and the River Tees. Cotherstone is located ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Middleton-in-Teesdale
- Overview About Middleton-in-Teesdale Map Street View   Middleton-in-Teesdale is a small market town in County Durham, in England. It is situated on the north side of Teesdale between Eggleston and ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Eggleston
- Overview About Eggleston Map Street View   Eggleston is a village in County Durham, in England. The population of the civil parish taken at the 2011 Census was 448. It ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Brancepeth
- Overview About Map Street View Brancepeth is a village in County Durham, about 8km south-west of the city of Durham; it is also a civil parish. The village includes Brancepeth ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Annfield Plain
- Overview About Annfield Plain Map Annfield Plain is a village in County Durham, located between Stanley and Consett. The village's past is strongly associated with coal mining, which can be ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Romaldkirk
- Overview About Romaldkirk Map Street View   Romaldkirk is a village in Teesdale, County Durham, in the Pennines of England. The village lies within the historic boundaries of the North ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Albert Park
- Summary About Albert Park Map "A public park designed by William Barratt of Wakefield and opened 11th August 1868, with war memorial entrance screen walls and a cenotaph of 1922...The idea ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Killingworth Village
- Killingworth Village is located in the south east part of Killingworth. The village and surrounding area was an important industrial area during the 18th and 19th centuries, with several local ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Coatham Mundeville
- Overview Map Street View Coatham Mundeville is a village in the borough of Darlington in County Durham. It is situated by the River Skerne near Brafferton, on the A167 between ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Wackerfield
- Wackerfield is a hamlet in the Borough of Darlington, County Durham, which is located between Staindrop and West Auckland off the A688.
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Grainger Town
- Overview About Grainger Town Grainger Town is the historic heart of Newcastle, which incorporates streets built in a neo-classical style by Richard Grainger between 1824 and 1841, including the Grainger ...
  from Peter Smith (Co-Curate Page)
Old Cassop
- Overview Map Street View Old Cassop is a small rural village in County Durham, located about 4 miles south-east of the city of Durham and a mile north-west of (New) ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Marton-in-Cleveland
from https://www.newcastle.gov.u...
Conservation Profiles
- Profiles of Conservation areas in Newcastle. January 2011

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from http://www.newcastle.gov.uk...
Brandling Village Consevation Area Character Statement
- Detailed description, maps and photographs. "Brandling Village Conservation Area was designated in 1976. Brandling Village Conservation Area is an excellent example of a Victorian and Edwardian suburb that was essentially ...

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Pat Thomson
  from Pat Thomson (Co-Curate Page)
Roker Park Conservation Area
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Lamesley
- Overview Map Street View Lamesley is a rural village located by the River Team in the Metropolitan Borough of Gateshead. Lamesley is also a civil parish which incorporates Kibblesworth, Lamesley ...
from http://www.gateshead.gov.uk...
IPA17: Conservation Area Character Statements, Strategies and Policy Guidelines
- "This Interim Policy Advice contains conservation area character statements for Gateshead’s 22 Conservation areas along with adopted strategies and development policy guidelines for fourteen of these areas. The Advice ...

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Simon Cotterill
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Summerhill
- Overview Map Street View Summerhill is a late Georgian residential suburb, which climbs the hill westwards out of Newcastle upon Tyne, between the city centre and the West End. The ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Ashbrooke Conservation Area
- Ashbrooke Conservation Area was designated in 1969, and is the largest conservation area in Sunderland, covering almost 75 hectares. Ashbrooke  is a spacious, leafy suburb with Victorian terraced housing, fine ...

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