Norbury Conservation Area is a rural area encompassing a relatively small area of land between the River Dove to the north and Norbury Hollow to the south.

It includes land and buildings around Norbury Manor and the Church of St. Mary & St. Barlok.

The original designation of Norbury Conservation Area was in August 1970. No further amendments have been undertaken. It currently comprises 4.2 hectares.

Historic Assets

Within Norbury Conservation Area there are 4 buildings, of which there are 5 listed entries. Norbury Manor and the Church of St. Mary & St. Barlok are both listed Grade I. The remainder are Grade II and include several graves within the Churchyard. The listed buildings in Norbury are recognised for the contribution they make both individually and to the street-scene.

There are no Scheduled Monuments in Norbury Conservation Area.

Buildings at Risk

None of the listed buildings within the Norbury Conservation Area are recognised by the District Council as being 'at risk'.

Article 4 Directions

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

Related Documents

Norbury Conservation Area Map (PDF 64KB)

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