Draft Appraisal for St Peters Conservation Area

It is available on the CADRA website, http://www.cadra.org.uk/conservation-areas.php, where you will also find supporting information. And there are two copies in Caversham Library, where you can also see the display board which was used at the fete to give an overview of the proposals.

A key proposal is to extend the Conservation Area to include the Church Street/ Church Road/ Bridge Street junction, Bridge Street, and Caversham Bridge.

It is hoped that the appraisal will eventually be adopted by Reading Borough Council as part of its formal planning policy. The engagement of residents and building owners is key to its credibility and acceptance by RBC, which will have to undertake its own formal consultation to give the document full legal force.

This is your main chance to comment on the document. As it will be important to able to show that the appraisal has public support, your views will be very much welcomed.

This consultation will be open until Saturday 19 August and we hope many people will comment.

A consultation leaflet with some simple questions for you to complete is available in the library. It can be returned to Waltons Jewellers on Prospect Street, who have kindly agreed to collect responses.

You can also comment:
online via the CADRA website http://www.cadra.org.uk/conservation-areas.php
or by emailing [email protected],
or by writing to: St Peters Conservation Area Appraisal Comments, 121 Upper Woodcote Road, Caversham, Reading, RG4 7LB

  • Published: 2017-07-17 10:29:58
  • Updated: 2021-12-01 00:19:44

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