Prittlewell Conservation Area

Planning Consents

All development in the Conservation Area should follow the advice in the Conservation Area Guidance leaflet and, in particular, respect the features outlined above that contribute to its special character.

Planning permission is needed for development which materially affects the appearance or use of buildings or land. This can include, for example, re-roofing and altering windows, constructing extensions and new buildings. The need for archaeological evaluation before and during development will be considered where proposals include ground works.

Listed buildings in Prittlewell Conservation Area:

  • St Mary's Church, 255 and 271-275 Victoria Avenue
  • 30 and 60 East Street

These buildings have special architectural or historic interest in their own right and, in addition to planning permission, require listed building consent for internal and external works.

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