Conservation Areas

Within our community we are fortunate to benefit from both the St Vincent Crescent Conservation Area (Grade A listed buildings constructed in 1851-56) and part of the Park Conservation Area (construction began in the 1830’s), of which Newton & Somerset Place, Woodside Place, La Belle Place, Clifton Street and Place, Royal Terrace and Crescent, Gray Street, Derby Street, Bentinck Street and Fitzroy Place fall within our boundary.

The history of the Crescent can be found at St Vincent Crescent History

St Vincent Crescent has a Conservation Area Appraisal, details of which can be found at St Vincent Crescent Conservation Area Appraisal

Glasgow City Council is currently reviewing the Park Conservation Area Appraisal. Anyone wishing to respond to this consultation can submit a response by 24th March 2018. Details can be found at…

Park Conservation Area Appraisal Consultation

Discover how our streets developed…

If you are interested in discovering how the built landscape developed in the mid 1800’s, the National Library for Scotland has an excellent series of online maps, charting the development of our streetscape. You can view the maps here>>

 

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