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North Promenade conservation area management plan
North Promenade Conservation Area was designated in 2018. The proposed management plan has been prepared by Blackpool Council and forms part of the council’s commitment to increasing understanding, appreciation and care of Blackpool’s historic built environment. It should be read in conjunction with the North Promenade Conservation Area Appraisal
The management plan is not meant to be overly prescriptive, or place a heavy financial burden on home and business owners, but it is intended to guide and manage change when it is proposed in order to ensure that it is undertaken sensitively by paying due regard to the area’s historic character.
A public consultation on the management plan will now take place from 4 January to 29 February 2024 to explain the purpose and aims of the conservation area management plan, and to invite comments from residents and businesses. A public meeting will also be held at The Cliffs Hotel on 25 January at 6.30 pm.
Comments should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to the planning and conservation team, Blackpool Council, 81 Central, 77-81 Church Street, Blackpool, FY1 1HU. All feedback will be taken into account in the final document which will be formally adopted by the council.
There are no current consultations open