There are also 6 registered parks and gardens in Harborough:
- Nevil Holt
- West Langton
There are also a number of Scheduled Ancient Monuments.
Planning applications in Conservation Areas
We advise discussing proposals for development in Conservation Areas with a Planning Officer before submitting planning applications. Contact a Planning Officer for advice.
In addition to normal planning requirements, the following require planning approval in Conservation Areas:
- The use of exterior cladding of stone, artificial stone, timber, plastic or tiles
- The enlargement of a house by addition to or by alteration of the roof: this includes dormer windows
- The erection, improvement or alteration of buildings of more than 10 cubic metres within the grounds of a house
- Extending the original size of a house by more than 50 cubic metres (cumulative since 1948 or when the house was built, and includes separate buildings of more than 10 cubic metres within the grounds)
- The installation of a satellite dish on a chimney, on a building exceeding 15 metres in height, on a wall or on a roof slope which faces a highway
- Demolition of any building over 115 cubic metres in volume
Submit a planning application for demolition in a Conservation Area. Please include photos if a building is to be demolished. There is no fee for applications for demolition in a Conservation Area.
Listed Buildings in Conservation Areas also have further planning restrictions.
Trees in Conservation Areas
Most trees in a Conservation Area are protected from deliberate damage and destruction. Find out more about carrying out work on a tree in a Conservation Area.
Advertising in Conservation Areas
In Conservation Areas all illuminated advertisements need Advertisement Consent - except for those indicating medical supplies or services. Certain advertisements on hoardings around building sites also need Advertisement Consent.
All the Conservation Areas in Harborough District (except Kibworth, Lutterworth and Market Harborough) lie within an Area of Special Advertisement Control This places more restrictions on the size and positioning of advertisements.