Newcastle-under-Lyme borough has a varied history and character which has contributed to the landscape we see today. It has a wealth of historic buildings, towns and villages set within an attractive environment.
Use this page to find out more about:-
- Historic buildings and what it means to own a Listed Building (PDF 825Kb)
- Register of Locally Important Buildings and Structures
- Historic Churches in North Staffs project
- Statements of Significance or Heritage Asset Statements (PDF 68Kb)
- Conservation areas, including how areas are chosen and what it means to live in a conservation area
- Design Matters and the Civic Awards Scheme
- Historic Building Grants
- Historic parks and gardens, including the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens
- Shopfront Design Guidance adopted by the Council as a Planning Practice Guidance Note
- Brampton Conservation Area extended Dec 2016
- Brampton Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan SPD. and Watlands Park Conservation Area Supplementary Planning Document now adopted.
- Article 4 Direction confirmed at 7 Park Avenue
- Stubbs Walk Conservation Area Review and Management Proposals, Supplementary Planning Document - now adopted.
- Article 4 Direction for Whitmore Conservation Area is confirmed.
- Article 4 Direction confirmed for Madeley and Audley Conservation Areas.
- Article 4 Direction for Stubbs Walk Conservation Area - consultation until 7 April
- Article 4 Direction confirmed in Sidmouth Avenue, Gower Street, Granville Avenue, Northcote Place and King Street.
- 2016 Review of Register of Locally Important Buildings - follow this link for more information
- Buildings at Risk Survey 2016 launched