Bletchley Conservation Review
Which parts of Bletchley do you think should be protected by its Conservation Area?
Milton Keynes Council's carried out a review of the protected area and wants to know what people living locally think of the changes.
The review will be used to help guide future planning decisions which affect the buildings and streets in the town.
The Conservation Area was originally put in place to protect the buildings which are along Church Green Road and within Bletchley Park. At the moment a stone church, timber-framed cottages and Victorian brick houses, which were built for the Bletchley Park estate, are included within it.
You can comment on the changes which are being proposed until Monday 6th September by clicking on the link below:
or you can get copies from the Council's Civic Offices, Central Library or Bletchley library.
You can also get a copy by contacting the Conservation and Archaeology team on 01908 252 599 or by e mailing email@example.com
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