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Conservation areas

Sceaux Gardens

The Sceaux Gardens Conservation Area is located to the east of Camberwell Green. The conservation area is centred on the group of late 18th century buildings around the former Town Hall in Peckham Road, with further Victorian, Edwardian and post-war buildings leading up to the junction with Southampton Way. The conservation area extends southwards along Vestry Road to encompass Lucas Gardens and northwards to include the 1950s public housing of the Sceaux Gardens Estate.

The Seaux Gardens Conservation Area is characterised by architecture from several distinct phases: late Georgian, later 19th century housing, early 20th century public buildings and the post-war art college and public housing.

You can view our interactive map of Sceaux Gardens conservation area.

Sceaux Gardens - Designated 27 September 1968, Extended 16 September 1977

Page last updated: 11 July 2024

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