The public consultation for the College Conservation Appraisal is from 14 February to 28 March 2019. The draft appraisal document is available to view online or in the Customer Contact Centre at 1 Grove Road, Eastbourne. You can also submit comments online about the draft document and proposed boundary change.
Conservation Area Appraisals give an overview of the history and development of each area and try to define what it is that makes them special. They also identify specific features which contribute towards their character, for example:
buildings which are locally significant
important green and open spaces
natural elements such as trees,
features which help make an area locally distinct
They may even include intangible qualities such as activities, sights and smells which are characteristic of a place. The documents also identify elements that could be improved.
Once designated, conservation areas are subject to regular review through a process of conservation area appraisal to ensure they maintain the high quality that led to their original selection. Appraisals can also identify changes to the character of a conservation area, and adjust boundaries as appropriate.
Visitors to the area may find these publications provide interesting information about special and interesting local features.