Osmaston Conservation Area is a rural area which includes land and buildings to the east and west of Moor Lane.
Glebe House forms the most northerly point whilst to the south is an area of open land incorporating a 'duck-pond' and Quilow Lane. The most southerly building included in the Conservation Area is Osmaston Lodge.
The original designation of Osmaston Conservation Area was in June 1972. No further amendments have been undertaken. It currently comprises 16.6 hectares.
Within Osmaston Conservation Area there are 53 buildings, of which there are 11 listed entries. The Church of St. Martins on Church Lane is Grade II*. The remainder are listed Grade II. The listed buildings in Osmaston Conservation Area range from the Church to cottages to a war memorial and are recognised for the contribution they make both individually and to the street-scene.
There are no Scheduled Monuments in Osmaston Conservation Area.
Buildings at Risk
None of the listed buildings within the Osmaston Conservation Area are recognised by the District Council as being 'at risk'.
Article 4 Directions
There is an Article 4 Direction, on Coronation Cottages in Osmaston Conservation Area.
Osmaston Conservation Area Map (PDF 88KB)