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Rocester Conservation Area

Rocester Conservation Area consists of a small parcel of land within a rural landscape adjacent to the River Dove, to the far south-west of the District adjoining Staffordshire.

The land adjoins part of a larger Rocester Conservation Area within Staffordshire.

The original designation of Rocester Conservation Area was in June 1970. No further amendments have been undertaken. It currently comprises 0.5 hectares.

Historic Assets

Within Rocester Conservation Area there are no buildings, and no listed entries.

Rocester Conservation Area contains no Scheduled Monuments or Buildings at Risk.

Article 4 Direction

There are no additional planning controls, such as an Article 4 Direction, on properties in Rocester Conservation Area.

Documents

Rocester Conservation Area Map (PDF 63KB)

Rocester Conservation Area Map (July 2015)

Also on our website

Listed Buildings

Conservation

Town Hall, Bank Road
Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3NN
01629 761 250 / 360
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