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We designated the Carnfield Hall Conservation Area (77kb) as an area of special architectural and historic interest the character and appearance of which it is desirable to both preserve and enhance on the 8th November 1989.

It is considered that this special architectural and historic interest is due to the Grade II* listed Carnfield Hall and its former coach house which is Grade II listed. In addition, Carnfield Wood Farm plus a large area of surrounding estate landscape and woodland, which has been associated with Carnfield Hall since at least the 16th century, is of historic interest and forms the setting for Carnfield Hall.

We have prepared a Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (2.46MB) for the area.

The document defines the special character and appearance of the area by assessing the built form, and landscape value and provides guidance on the implementation of certain saved policies in the Bolsover District Local Plan and formulates management proposals for the preservation and enhancement of the Carnfield Hall Conservation Area.

The implementation of the management of the conservation area is set out in our Historic Environment Scheme.

The Bolsover Conservation Area (1.12MB) was designated on 17th July 1971 and the boundary has been extended four times in 1978, 1982, 1988 and finally in March 2009. The most recent boundary amendment was made to include additional land around New Bolsover which is historically associated with Bolsover Castle and the New Bolsover Model Village, and to delete a small area from the Conservation Area at the entrance to Houldsworth Crescent.

We have prepared a Conservation Area Appraisal (1.6MB) for the area.

The document defines the special character and appearance of the area by assessing the built form and landscape value. It also provides guidance on the implementation of certain saved policies in the Bolsover District Local Plan and identifies unlisted buildings of merit within the conservation area.

Bolsover Conservation Area (Unlisted Buildings of Merit) Article 4 Direction

An Article 4 Direction for the Bolsover Conservation Area was confirmed by the Planning Committee on 13th October 2010 and came into force on 21st October 2010.

We have produced the Article 4 Direction guidance leaflet (69kb) to explain what this means for residents. For full details please see the Official Direction (2.7MB) and affected properties plans.

Bolsover Conservation Area (Castle Fields) Article 4 Direction

The Bolsover Conservation Area (Castle Fields) Article 4 Direction (240kb) has been in force since the 9th April 1998 and covers the castle fields to the west of Bolsover Castle down to Villas Road and a piece of land at the junction with Station Road.

It restricts certain types of development including the erection or alteration of means of enclosure and formation of access onto highway, development involving agricultural buildings, engineering operations, statutory undertakers and National Rivers Authority.

We designated the Belph Conservation Area (91kb) as an area of special architectural and historic interest, the character and appearance of which it is desirable to both preserve and enhance, in February 1979. The boundary of the conservation area has been extended once in July 2008.

It is considered that this special architectural and historic interest is due to the survival of many of the buildings which formed the farming hamlet in the 19th century, and the associated agricultural land, all of which was managed as part of the Welbeck Estate.

We have prepared a Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (1.12MB) for the area.

The document defines the special character and appearance of the area by assessing the built form and landscape value. It also provides guidance on the implementation of certain saved policies in the Bolsover District Local Plan and formulates management proposals for the preservation and enhancement of the Belph Conservation Area.

The implementation of the management of the conservation area is set out in our Historic Environment Scheme.

Belph Conservation Area Article 4 Direction
An Article 4 Direction for the Belph Conservation Area was confirmed by the Planning Committee on 13th October 2010 and came into force on 22nd October 2010. The Direction affects those properties identified as unlisted buildings of merit in the Belph Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan.

We have produced the Article 4 Direction guidance leaflet (68kb) to explain what this means for residents. For full details please see the Official Direction (811kb) and affected properties plans.

The Barlborough Conservation Area (194kb) was originally designated in 1st February 1972 and the boundary has been extended five times in 1978, 1992, 1997, 2001 and finally in September 2002.

At present, no Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan has been prepared for the Barlborough Conservation Area.

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