PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS) ACT 1990 NOTICE OF DESIGNATION OF SESSAY CONSERVATION AREANotice ID: MF0254469
HAMBLETON DISTRICT COUNCIL
PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS) ACT 1990 NOTICE OF DESIGNATION OF SESSAY CONSERVATION AREA
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to section 69 and 70 of the Planning (Listed Building and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 Hambleton District Council formally designated part of Sessay as a Conservation Area on 12th December 2017. The extent of the newly designated Conservation Area is shown on a plan which is available for inspection at the Civic Centre, Stone Cross, Northallerton, DL6 2UU. Copies can be downloaded from www.hambleton.gov.uk/conservationareas The principal effects of being included within a Conservation Area are as follows:
1. The Council is under a duty to prepare proposals to ensure the preservation or enhancement of the area.
2. Consent must be obtained from the Council for the substantial or complete demolition of any buildings unless exempted (including those with a total cubic content no greater than 115 cubic meters
3. Special publicity must be given to planning applications for development in the conservation area.
4. In carrying out any functions under the Planning Acts (and, in particular, in determining applications for planning permission and listed building consent), the Council and Secretary of State are required to take into account the desirability of preserving or enhancing the character or appearance of the area.
5. Six weeks written notice must be given to the Council before works are carried out to any trees.
6. The extent of works that may be carried out as permitted development without the need for planning permission is more limited for properties within the Conservation Area.
7. A conservation area designation also impacts on the display of advertisements within the conservation area. Further information can be gained from Planning Policy on 01609 779977 or email@example.com Mark Harbottle, Head of Service, Planning and Economy