Camberwell New Road
The Camberwell New Road Conservation Area lies to the west of Camberwell Village, and includes part of Camberwell New Road as far as the railway line. It includes a triangular area to the south bounded by the railway line and Flodden Road. The conservation area includes significant architecture from several distinct phases, of which the most important are the late Georgian terraces, all of which are listed, along Camberwell New Road. In the side streets, are groups of mainly terraced houses dating from the mid to the later 19th century, with a few detached or semi-detached villas or mansion flats. The layout of the area largely derives from its rapid growth as part of the urbanisation of London in the early part of the 19th century and the new road between Kennington and Camberwell Green provided an opportunity for new development along its length.
You can view our interactive map of Camberwell New Road conservation area.
Camberwell New Road - designated 27 September 1968, extended 10 February 1981
Page last updated: 24 August 2022