The Liverpool Grove Conservation Area is a notable surviving example of social housing that began in the 1890s with the backing of Octavia Hill. At the heart of the conservation area is the Grade I listed St. Peter’s Church by Sir John Soane. Throughout the conservation area the Arts and Crafts architectural character and Garden City planning principles create a background to this area that contributes to a near suburban quality of townscape. The housing typically consists of two-storey terraced cottages and three-storey tenements.
You can view our interactive map of Liverpool Grove conservation area.
Liverpool Grove - designated 12 January 1982
- Liverpool Grove conservation area appraisal (Mar 2013) (PDF, 3.3mb)
- London Gazette February 1982 part 1 (PDF, 138kb)
- London Gazette February 1982 part 2 (PDF, 127kb)
Page last updated: 18 July 2023