Where are the Conservation Areas in Thanet?

A Conservation Area is an area of special architectural or historic interest, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance. There are currently 22 Conservation Areas in Thanet which vary considerably in age, size, character and style. Better known Conservation Areas include Ramsgate, and Margate Seafront.

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Thanet has 22 Conservation Areas   

Conservation AreaDate of DesignationExtensions 

Acol (PDF)

27/01/1988

 

Birchington (PDF)

02/02/1976

 

Broadstairs (PDF)

05/06/1970

21/10/1986

23/07/2009 North (PDF)

23/07/2009 South (PDF)

Dalby Square (PDF)

15/07/2010

 

Clifton Place and Grotto Gardens (PDF)

20/10/2016

 

Clifftop (PDF)

20/10/2016

 

Edgar Road and Sweyn Road (PDF)

20/10/2016

 

Ethelbert Road and

Athelstan Road Cliftonville (PDF)

20/01/2015

 

Kingsgate (PDF)

13/04/1973

 

Margate (PDF)

07/02/1978

07/07/1994 

Margate Seafront (PDF)

29/01/1997 

 

Minster (PDF)

28/01/1972 

 

Monkton (PDF)

22/08/1978 

 

Norfolk Road, Warwick Road and Surrey Road (PDF)

20/10/2016

 

Northdown (PDF)

20/08/1985 

 

Northdown Road (PDF)

20/10/2016

 

Pegwell (PDF)

29/06/1976 

 

Ramsgate (PDF)

16/01/1970 

20/01/1980

27/01/1988

22/08/1990

12/07/2000

12/06/2008 

Ramsgate, Royal Esplanade (PDF)

29/01/2007 

 

Ramsgate Montefiore (PDF)

22/02/2007

 

Reading Street (PDF)

13/04/1973 

 

St Nicholas at Wade (PDF)

28/01/1972

 

St Peter’s (PDF)

13/04/1973 

 

Sarre (PDF)

26/11/1971 

 

Westgate on Sea (PDF)

11/03/1998 

14/12/2006 

Westgate on Sea East (PDF)

14/12/2006 

 

Westgate on Sea South (PDF)

14/12/2006