Conservation Area: Heworth Green/East Parade Conservation Area (Conservation Area 5)

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Authority City of York Council
Date assigned 01 January 1975
Date last amended


Heworth Conservation Area was designated in 1975. The Conservation Area has relatively few buildings listed as being of special architectural or historic interest, the streets: Heworth Road, East Parade, Heworth and Heworth Green have a collective small village scale, identity and character typical of piecemeal development. In addition, there is a natural village centre formed at the junction of Heworth Road, Melrosegate, East Parade and Heworth which is dominated by the position and size of the Holy Trinity Church. The mains elements of the character of the area are: 1) The collective small village scale of the main roads 2) Huntington Road area characterised by substantial suburban villas 3) Heworth Green has the most architecturaly significant and the largest houses/villas in the Conservation Area 4) The trees and gardens surrounding houses on Heworth Green

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  • Unpublished document: Heworth Green and East Parade Conservation Area.



Grid reference Centred SE 6152 5282 (1469m by 760m)
Map sheet SE65SW

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Record last edited

Apr 18 2020 9:58AM


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