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Conservation areas

Addington Square

The Addington Square Conservation Area is located on the east side of Camberwell Road. The core of the conservation area is the square itself. The conservation area occupies a position mid-way between Camberwell Village and Walworth. The northern boundary to the Conservation Area is defined by the junction of Burgess Park with Camberwell Road. To the east, the Square is also bounded by Burgess Park. The buildings in the conservation area were constructed between the later 18th century and early 19th century. The square is not composed entirely of terraced properties nor are all the buildings of similar height or architectural treatment. The gaps between properties are highly significant and contribute to the character of the Addington Square Conservation Area.

You can view our interactive map of Addington Square conservation area.

Addington Square - Designated 9 July 1971

Page last updated: 11 July 2024

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