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Conservation areas

Kennington Park Road

The Kennington Park Road conservation area is located to the south-east side of Kennington Park Road; the Guinness Trust Buildings mark the north-east boundary of the conservation area on Kennington Park Road.  Kennington Park Place, and the boundary with the London Borough of Lambeth, marks the south-west extent of the conservation area. The conservation area is characterised by a cohesive group of late 18th and 19th century houses. The conservation area forms an ‘L’ shape with the north end of the marked by St Mary’s Church and the south stretch by Kennington Park Place dominated by the imposing Bishop’s House, and the short terrace in St Agnes Place.

You can view our interactive map of Kennington Park Road conservation area

Kennington Park Road - designated 27 September 1968

Page last updated: 24 August 2022

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