Conservation areas and consent
Conservation areas are pieces of land that local authorities feel should be preserved or enhanced as they contribute to the character and appearance of an area. Conservation areas tend to be town and village centres but they can include individual or groups of historic structures.
Where are conservation areas in Denbighshire?
You can view the current conservation areas on the conservation areas interactive map
View the conservation areas interactive map
Conservation area consent
Substantial or total demolition of a building in a conservation area would need conservation area consent. This will only be granted if there is a valid redevelopment proposal included with the application.
The result of any planning applications for sites in conservation areas would always take into account the preservation or enhancement to the area’s character and appearance.
How do I apply for conservation area consent?
You can apply on line through the Planning Portal.
Apply for conservation area consent on Planning Portal (external website)
Alternatively, you can download an application or request a form from the planning department.
Trees in conservation areas
If you plan on carrying out works to trees in conservation areas, then you would have to provide at least six weeks written notice to our planning department to do so.
Visit the Tree Preservation Orders page for more information.