Streets of Brighton & Hove

 

The purpose of a conservation area, as defined in the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 is to identify areas deemed to be of 'special architectural or historic interest, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance'.
      Brighton and Hove has 34 such areas.

Each has (or should have) a character statement describing it, to identify its reasons for designation. Ideally, this should be accompanied by a management plan, prepared by the local authority, to propose ways in which it can be maintained and improved.
      The conservation area in which a designated street is located is shown in the street listing (links below).

   
All entries are arranged alphabetically with a page for each initial letter:
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The Avenues
Benfield Barn
Brunswich Town
Carlton Hill
Cliftonville
College
Denmark Villas
The Drive
East Cliff
The Engineerium
Hangleton
Hove Station
Kemp Town
Montpelier & Clifton Hill
North Laine
Old Hove
Ovingdean
Patcham
Pembroke & Princes
Portslade Old Village
Preston Park
Preston Village
Queen's Park
Regency Square
Rottingdean
Round Hill
Sackville Gardens
Stanmer
Tongdean
Valley Gardens
Woodland Drive
West Hill
Willett Estate