Rye Lane Peckham
The Rye Lane Peckham Conservation Area is located in the commercial core of Peckham and is defined by its three principal roads: Peckham High Street, Peckham Hill Street and Rye Lane, and the staggered crossroads where they meet. Whilst these three roads share the same pattern of development, each is broadly characterised by different phases of the area’s commercial and retail growth from the 18th to mid-20th century. Unlike neighbouring conservation areas (Holly Grove and Peckham Hill Street), there is no predominant architectural style or palette of materials. The character of the Rye Lane Peckham Conservation Area is attributed to the eclectic architectural styles and materials.
You can view our interactive map of Rye Lane Peckham conservation area.
Rye Lane Peckham - designated 18 October 2011
- Rye Lane Peckham conservation area appraisal (pdf, 2mb)
- Rye Lane Peckham conservation area management plan (pdf, 91kb)
- London Gazette November 2011 part 1 (pdf, 369kb)
- London Gazette November 2011 part 2 (pdf, 330kb)
Page last updated: 24 August 2022