The Grosvenor Park Conservation Area is situated to the west of the Camberwell Road and the mainline railway into Elephant and Castle. The properties in Ulwin Street, Grosvenor Park and Grosvenor Terrace were constructed during the mid 19th century by speculative builders. The triangular core of the conservation area contributes to its character as a tapering form. The routes into the conservation area are limited which provides a contained townscape. There is a great variety in terms of style, scale and architectural ambition from the villas in Urlwin Street to the terraces found elsewhere in the conservation area.
You can view our interactive map of Grosvernor Park conservation area.
Grosvenor Park - designated 23 March 1988
- London Gazette September 1989 (pdf, 103kb)
Page last updated: 11 November 2021