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We are having intermittent problems with our phone system which may make it harder to get through to officers in the council. We are actively working to fix this and are sorry for any inconvenience. 

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: 18 July 2023

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