Heywood Station Conservation Area

Closed 16 Sep 2013

Opened 16 Jul 2013

Overview

The Heywood Station Conservation Area was designated in 2007, as an ‘area of special architectural or historic interest, the character or appearance of which, it is desirable to preserve or enhance’ [as defined by The Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990]. This appraisal has been produced to establish the special character and significance of the existing designated conservation area, along with the following proposed extensions to the conservation area:

  • Green Lane (Phoenix Brewery, the Railway Cottage)
  • The Canal Head
  • Navigation Inn

The consultation on the document below will run until Monday 16th September 2013.

All comments should be sent to:

Kerrie Smith, Conservation Officer - Kerrie.Smith@Rochdale.gov.uk

Why We Are Consulting

This draft document is an initial stage to gather and build knowledge and research regarding the history, architecture and archaeology of the Heywood Station area. Following a period of public consultation this document will be redrafted and published. The work will inform emerging heritage-led regeneration plans for the area by establishing the special interest of the area and identifying opportunities for enhancement. 

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Ex Armed Forces Personnel
  • All People
  • Children & Young People
  • Invitees

Interests

  • Strategic Planning