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Conservation areas

Valentine Place

The Valentine Place Conservation Area is a small compact area in the north-west of the borough, west of Blackfriars Road It is located south of Boundary Row, north of Webber Street and Valentine Place to the west. Running diagonally north-east and south-west through the conservation area are Pontypool Place and Valentine Row. This is a cohesive townscape comprising mainly industrial and warehouse developments from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The historic street layout remains, creating a legible and permeable environment. The intimate scale and high quality and architecturally interesting frontage developments of two to four storeys, have survived largely intact. This is a highly urban environment with little in the way of soft landscaping.

You can view our interactive map of Valentine Place conservation area.

Valentine Place - designated 27 March 2012

Page last updated: 26 March 2024


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