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Conservation areas

Nunhead Green

Nunhead Green Conservation Area is located in the south east of the borough, just to the east of Peckham Rye. The conservation area includes the Green itself, the buildings surrounding it, and some of the streets leading away from it, including parts of Gordon and Consort Roads to the north and Nunhead Grove and Linden Grove to the south. The conservation area includes two formal groups of listed almshouses, street corner public houses, library and shops on the south side of the Green. The buildings largely date from the mid to later 19th century and generally the character and scale are domestic.

You can view our interactive map of Nunhead Green conservation area.

Nunhead Green - designated 16 January 2007

Page last updated: 28 November 2019

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