Sneinton Market Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan Consultation
Conservation Areas are areas of the city of special character and historic interest that are subject to special planning controls. Sneinton Market was designated as a Conservation Area in 2004. Within Conservation Areas, there are tighter controls on the work that can be done without planning permission. These restrictions can be summarised as follows:
- Buildings and boundary walls/gates/railings within the area cannot be demolished without planning permission from the City Council.
- Certain alterations to houses would now require specific planning permission. These include new dormer windows, all side extensions, all rear extensions over one storey high, chimneys, flues, soil and vent pipes on the front of a property, some outbuildings, cladding or rendering of exterior walls and satellite dishes on the front of a property.
- Trees within the area may not be cut down, topped or lopped without 6 weeks written notice being given to the City Council.
- Applications for planning permission in the area should ‘preserve or enhance’ the special character of the Conservation Area.
A Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan, which describe the special architectural and historic interest of the area and how its character and appearance can be managed in the future, has been written in draft by Nottingham City Council. Between now and September 10th 2021 there will be a consultation about the draft where people can send comments regarding the documents. If you would like to send a response to the consultation email email@example.com or phone 0115 8761993.