List of conservation areas in the West Midlands (county)

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This is a list of conservation areas in the West Midlands, England. There are a total of 137 conservation areas throughout the West Midlands.

Birmingham[edit]

Colmore Row and Environs, City Centre conservation area.
St Edburgha's Church (Old Yardley Church) within the Old Yardley conservation area.
The Warwick Bar stop lock and Banana Warehouse in the Warwick Bar conservation area.

Birmingham has 27 conservation areas. The first conservation areas in Birmingham were designated in 1969.[1] Birmingham City Council have designed 31 conservation areas,[2] of which one, St Peter's Place, have been de-designated in 1976 following the demolition of the church in its centre.[3] The Castle Bromwich Conservation Area was transferred to Solihull following a boundary amendment from 1 April 1988. The former Key Hill and St Paul's Conservation Areas were incorporated into the Jewellery Quarter Conservation Area on 27 September 2000.[2]

Name Area (ha) Date designated Additional designations
or notes
References Coordinates
(links to map & photo sources)
Anchorage Road, Sutton Coldfield 17.57 15 October 1992 None. [4][5] 52°34′08″N 1°49′26″W / 52.569°N 1.824°W / 52.569; -1.824
Aston Hall and Church 24.98 27 January 1972 Extended 6 February 1975 and 17 November 1977. [6][7][8] 52°30′22″N 1°53′02″W / 52.506°N 1.884°W / 52.506; -1.884
Austin Village, Northfield/ Longbridge 13.26 17 July 1997 Covered by Article 4(2) Direction. [9] 52°24′04″N 1°58′19″W / 52.401°N 1.972°W / 52.401; -1.972
Barnsley Road, Edgbaston 12.07 19 May 1988 None. [10][11] 52°28′26″N 1°57′47″W / 52.474°N 1.963°W / 52.474; -1.963
Bournville Tenants 9.147 17 June 1971 Extended 6 February 1975. [12][13] 52°25′01″N 1°56′49″W / 52.417°N 1.947°W / 52.417; -1.947
Bournville Village 76.86 17 June 1971 Covered by Article 4(2) Direction. Extended 7 October 1971, 18 June 1981 and 14 July 1994. [14][15][16] 52°25′52″N 1°56′02″W / 52.431°N 1.934°W / 52.431; -1.934
Colmore Row and Environs, City Centre 21.70 7 October 1971 Extended 21 March 1985 and 5 July 1985. [17][18][19][20] 52°28′52″N 1°54′00″W / 52.481°N 1.900°W / 52.481; -1.900
Digbeth, Deritend, and Bordesley High Streets 28.68 31 May 2000 None. [21][22] 52°28′34″N 1°53′02″W / 52.476°N 1.884°W / 52.476; -1.884
Edgbaston 395.4 4 September 1975 Extended 13 December 1984, 17 September 1992 and 10 October 1992. [23][24][25] 52°27′40″N 1°55′08″W / 52.461°N 1.919°W / 52.461; -1.919
Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield 114 10 July 1986 None. [26][27] 52°34′34″N 1°49′55″W / 52.576°N 1.832°W / 52.576; -1.832
Harborne Old Village 24.79 17 July 1969 None. [28][29] 52°27′11″N 1°57′25″W / 52.453°N 1.957°W / 52.453; -1.957
High Street, Sutton Coldfield 16.95 28 November 1973 Partly covered by Article 4(1) Direction. Extended 6 February 1975, 14 August 1980 and 16 July 1992. [30][31] 52°33′58″N 1°49′23″W / 52.566°N 1.823°W / 52.566; -1.823
Ideal Village, Bordesley Green 17.57 18 October 1990 Covered by Article 4(2) Direction. [32][33] 52°28′41″N 1°50′10″W / 52.478°N 1.836°W / 52.478; -1.836
Jewellery Quarter 94.43 10 January 1980 Extended 18 January 1996 and 27 September 2000. [34][35][36] 52°29′17″N 1°54′40″W / 52.488°N 1.911°W / 52.488; -1.911
Kings Norton 14.28 17 July 1969 None. [37][38] 52°24′29″N 1°55′48″W / 52.408°N 1.930°W / 52.408; -1.930
Lee Crescent, Edgbaston 2.342 6 June 1974 None. [39][40] 52°28′08″N 1°54′29″W / 52.469°N 1.908°W / 52.469; -1.908
Lozells and Soho Hill 34.44 19 July 1979 None. [41] 52°30′04″N 1°55′08″W / 52.501°N 1.919°W / 52.501; -1.919
Moor Pool, Harborne 22.32 30 July 1970 Covered by Article 4(2) Direction. [42][43] 52°27′47″N 1°57′25″W / 52.463°N 1.957°W / 52.463; -1.957
Moseley 95.06 17 March 1983 Extended 12 November 1987 and 14 March 2005. [44][45] 52°26′56″N 1°53′35″W / 52.449°N 1.893°W / 52.449; -1.893
Northfield Old Village 4.076 17 July 1969 None. [46][47] 52°24′40″N 1°57′50″W / 52.411°N 1.964°W / 52.411; -1.964
Old Yardley 11.47 17 July 1969 Covered by Article 4(1) Direction). Extended 15 August 1974. [48][49] 52°28′26″N 1°48′11″W / 52.474°N 1.803°W / 52.474; -1.803
Ryland Road, Edgbaston 2.759 13 March 1969 None. [50][51] 52°28′05″N 1°54′32″W / 52.468°N 1.909°W / 52.468; -1.909
St Agnes, Moseley 27.59 25 June 1987 None. [52][53][54] 52°26′31″N 1°52′37″W / 52.442°N 1.877°W / 52.442; -1.877
St Augustines, Edgbaston 13.46 18 February 1988 None. [55][56] 52°28′23″N 1°56′38″W / 52.473°N 1.944°W / 52.473; -1.944
School Road, Hall Green 6.380 17 November 1988 First designation of speculative semi-detached suburbia. [57][58][59][60] 52°25′59″N 1°50′13″W / 52.433°N 1.837°W / 52.433; -1.837
Steelhouse, City Centre 11.07 4 October 1993 None. [61][62][63] 52°29′02″N 1°53′35″W / 52.484°N 1.893°W / 52.484; -1.893
Warwick Bar, Digbeth 16.19 25 June 1987 None. [64][65] 52°28′44″N 1°53′02″W / 52.479°N 1.884°W / 52.479; -1.884

Coventry[edit]

Birmingham Road in the Allesley Village conservation area.
Engine house and Coventry Canal (left), Oxford Canal (right) at the Hawkesbury Junction conservation area.

Coventry has 15 conservation areas. The first conservation areas were designated in 1968.[66]

Name Date designated Additional designations
or notes
Coordinates
(links to map & photo sources)
Allesley Village 20 December 1968 Extended 29 November 1994. 52°25′23″N 1°33′29″W / 52.423°N 1.558°W / 52.423; -1.558
Kenilworth Road, Earlsdon 20 December 1968 Extensions agreed 6 September 1978 with effect from 10 October 1978. Minor boundary adjustments approved 6 January 2004. 52°23′02″N 1°32′10″W / 52.384°N 1.536°W / 52.384; -1.536
Stoke Green 20 December 1968 Extension and other minor boundary adjustments approved 6 January 2004. 52°24′22″N 1°28′52″W / 52.406°N 1.481°W / 52.406; -1.481
Greyfriars Green, City Centre 8 August 1969 Extended 6 April 1977. 52°24′14″N 1°30′47″W / 52.404°N 1.513°W / 52.404; -1.513
Hill Top, City Centre 8 August 1969 "Outstanding" status given 14 December 1976 (since discontinued). Minor boundary adjustment approved 6 January 2004. 52°24′29″N 1°30′25″W / 52.408°N 1.507°W / 52.408; -1.507
Lady Herbert's Garden, City Centre 8 August 1969 Extended 6 April 1977. Minor boundary adjustment approved 6 January 2004. 52°24′40″N 1°30′29″W / 52.411°N 1.508°W / 52.411; -1.508
Spon Street, City Centre 8 August 1969 Extension to north and other minor boundary adjustments approved 6 January 2004. 52°24′29″N 1°31′01″W / 52.408°N 1.517°W / 52.408; -1.517
Hawkesbury Junction 14 September 1976 Designated jointly with Nuneaton & Bedworth Borough Council and ratified by the West Midlands County Council in October 1976. 52°27′25″N 1°28′08″W / 52.457°N 1.469°W / 52.457; -1.469
Chapelfields 9 November 1976 None. 52°24′25″N 1°31′59″W / 52.407°N 1.533°W / 52.407; -1.533
London Road, north of Whitley 5 April 1977 Given "outstanding" status 7 October 1977 (since discontinued). The Cemetery is now on the English Heritage Parks & Gardens register. 52°23′56″N 1°29′46″W / 52.399°N 1.496°W / 52.399; -1.496
High Street, City Centre 12 October 1982 None. 52°24′25″N 1°30′32″W / 52.407°N 1.509°W / 52.407; -1.509
Ivy Farm Lane, Canley 16 November 1989 Minor boundary adjustments approved 6 January 2004. 52°23′13″N 1°32′49″W / 52.387°N 1.547°W / 52.387; -1.547
Far Gosford Street, adjacent to the A460 21 October 1992 None. 52°24′25″N 1°29′38″W / 52.407°N 1.494°W / 52.407; -1.494
Naul's Mill 10 September 2003 None. 52°24′47″N 1°30′54″W / 52.413°N 1.515°W / 52.413; -1.515
Spon End 10 September 2003 None. 52°24′40″N 1°31′19″W / 52.411°N 1.522°W / 52.411; -1.522

Dudley[edit]

There are 21 conservation areas in Dudley.[67]

Name Additional designations
or notes
Coordinates
(links to map & photo sources)
All Saints, Sedgley None. 52°32′24″N 2°07′23″W / 52.540°N 2.123°W / 52.540; -2.123
Bumble Hole, Netherton None. 52°29′31″N 2°04′19″W / 52.492°N 2.072°W / 52.492; -2.072
Castle Hill, Dudley None. 52°30′54″N 2°04′44″W / 52.515°N 2.079°W / 52.515; -2.079
Church Road, Oldswinford None. 52°26′49″N 2°08′10″W / 52.447°N 2.136°W / 52.447; -2.136
The Coppice, Coseley None. 52°32′28″N 2°06′11″W / 52.541°N 2.103°W / 52.541; -2.103
Delph 'Nine' Locks, Brierley Hill None. 52°28′37″N 2°07′12″W / 52.477°N 2.120°W / 52.477; -2.120
Dudley Town Centre None. 52°30′32″N 2°05′02″W / 52.509°N 2.084°W / 52.509; -2.084
High Street, Stourbridge None. 52°27′25″N 2°08′46″W / 52.457°N 2.146°W / 52.457; -2.146
The Leasowes, Halesowen Article Four. 52°28′08″N 2°03′54″W / 52.469°N 2.065°W / 52.469; -2.065
Love Lane, Oldswinford Article Four. 52°26′53″N 2°08′46″W / 52.448°N 2.146°W / 52.448; -2.146
Lutley Mill, Lutley None. 52°27′00″N 2°04′37″W / 52.450°N 2.077°W / 52.450; -2.077
Mushroom Green Article Four. 52°28′34″N 2°05′35″W / 52.476°N 2.093°W / 52.476; -2.093
Oak Street, Coseley None. 52°32′10″N 2°05′24″W / 52.536°N 2.090°W / 52.536; -2.090
Parkhead Locks, Dudley None. 52°29′53″N 2°05′56″W / 52.498°N 2.099°W / 52.498; -2.099
Stourbridge Branch Canal (Amblecote) None. 52°28′01″N 2°09′18″W / 52.467°N 2.155°W / 52.467; -2.155
Stourbridge Canal (Canal Street) None. 52°27′40″N 2°09′07″W / 52.461°N 2.152°W / 52.461; -2.152
Stourbridge 16 Locks, Wordsley None. 52°28′41″N 2°09′04″W / 52.478°N 2.151°W / 52.478; -2.151
The Village, Kingswinford Partly covered by Article Four. 52°30′04″N 2°09′25″W / 52.501°N 2.157°W / 52.501; -2.157
Wollaston None. 52°27′36″N 2°09′47″W / 52.460°N 2.163°W / 52.460; -2.163
Wordsley Church None. 52°28′44″N 2°09′36″W / 52.479°N 2.160°W / 52.479; -2.160
Wordsley Hospital None. 52°29′06″N 2°09′36″W / 52.485°N 2.160°W / 52.485; -2.160

Sandwell[edit]

There are six conservation areas in Sandwell.[68]

Name Area (ha) Date designated Additional designations
or notes
Coordinates
(links to map & photo sources)
Church Square, Oldbury 1.34 1974 None. 52°30′11″N 2°00′50″W / 52.503°N 2.014°W / 52.503; -2.014
Market Place, Wednesbury 3.11 1980 None. 52°33′07″N 2°01′05″W / 52.552°N 2.018°W / 52.552; -2.018
Smethwick Summit (Galton Valley) 47.48 1985 None. 52°29′49″N 1°58′19″W / 52.497°N 1.972°W / 52.497; -1.972
Factory Locks, Tipton 2.62 1986 None. 52°31′52″N 2°04′16″W / 52.531°N 2.071°W / 52.531; -2.071
High Street, West Bromwich 11.80 1990 Extended 1995 and 1997. 52°31′12″N 1°59′49″W / 52.520°N 1.997°W / 52.520; -1.997
Warrens Hall 33.98 1994 None. 52°29′38″N 2°03′54″W / 52.494°N 2.065°W / 52.494; -2.065

Solihull[edit]

Berkswell village green.
Knowle High Street.

There are 20 conservation areas in Solihull.[69]

Name Coordinates
(links to map & photo sources)
Ashleigh Road 52°25′01″N 1°47′13″W / 52.417°N 1.787°W / 52.417; -1.787
Barston 52°24′00″N 1°41′46″W / 52.400°N 1.696°W / 52.400; -1.696
Berkswell 52°24′32″N 1°38′28″W / 52.409°N 1.641°W / 52.409; -1.641
Bickenhill 52°26′13″N 1°43′26″W / 52.437°N 1.724°W / 52.437; -1.724
Castle Bromwich 52°30′25″N 1°47′17″W / 52.507°N 1.788°W / 52.507; -1.788
Granville Road, Dorridge 52°22′12″N 1°44′49″W / 52.370°N 1.747°W / 52.370; -1.747
Grove Avenue Unknown
Hampton-in-Arden 52°25′37″N 1°42′04″W / 52.427°N 1.701°W / 52.427; -1.701
Knowle 52°23′17″N 1°44′02″W / 52.388°N 1.734°W / 52.388; -1.734
Malvern Hall and Brueton Avenue 52°24′43″N 1°46′08″W / 52.412°N 1.769°W / 52.412; -1.769
Malvern Park Farm 52°23′56″N 1°46′16″W / 52.399°N 1.771°W / 52.399; -1.771
Meriden Green 52°26′13″N 1°38′56″W / 52.437°N 1.649°W / 52.437; -1.649
Meriden Hill 52°26′10″N 1°39′07″W / 52.436°N 1.652°W / 52.436; -1.652
Olton 52°25′41″N 1°48′40″W / 52.428°N 1.811°W / 52.428; -1.811
Solihull 52°24′43″N 1°46′34″W / 52.412°N 1.776°W / 52.412; -1.776
Station Approach, Dorridge 52°22′19″N 1°45′11″W / 52.372°N 1.753°W / 52.372; -1.753
Temple Balsall 52°22′52″N 1°41′56″W / 52.381°N 1.699°W / 52.381; -1.699
Walsal End 52°24′43″N 1°42′14″W / 52.412°N 1.704°W / 52.412; -1.704
Warwick Road 52°25′01″N 1°46′52″W / 52.417°N 1.781°W / 52.417; -1.781
Whitehouse Green 52°24′40″N 1°47′42″W / 52.411°N 1.795°W / 52.411; -1.795

Walsall[edit]

There are 18 conservation areas in Walsall. The first were designated in 1977.[70]

Name Area (ha) Date designated Coordinates
(links to map & photo sources)
Aldridge 38 25 March 1980 52°36′18″N 1°54′47″W / 52.605°N 1.913°W / 52.605; -1.913
Walsall Arboretum 31.32 19 April 1989 52°35′24″N 1°58′19″W / 52.590°N 1.972°W / 52.590; -1.972
Bloxwich High Street Unknown. 18 October 2002 52°37′01″N 2°00′14″W / 52.617°N 2.004°W / 52.617; -2.004
Bloxwich Park 9.41 13 December 1989 52°37′08″N 2°00′18″W / 52.619°N 2.005°W / 52.619; -2.005
Bradford Street 6.05 17 April 1991 52°34′48″N 1°59′06″W / 52.580°N 1.985°W / 52.580; -1.985
Bridge Street 5.5 13 July 1983 52°35′02″N 1°58′52″W / 52.584°N 1.981°W / 52.584; -1.981
Caldmore Green 1.5 18 March 1987 52°34′59″N 1°58′52″W / 52.583°N 1.981°W / 52.583; -1.981
Church Hill 20.5 9 March 1979 52°34′52″N 1°58′37″W / 52.581°N 1.977°W / 52.581; -1.977
Darlaston 6.5 7 February 1977 52°34′05″N 2°01′59″W / 52.568°N 2.033°W / 52.568; -2.033
Elmore Green, Bloxwich 7.73 19 April 1990 52°36′50″N 2°00′14″W / 52.614°N 2.004°W / 52.614; -2.004
Great Barr 764 12 January 1996 52°34′08″N 1°55′01″W / 52.569°N 1.917°W / 52.569; -1.917
Highgate 10.2 12 October 1994 52°34′34″N 1°58′30″W / 52.576°N 1.975°W / 52.576; -1.975
Lichfield Street 6.9 6 July 1988 52°35′10″N 1°58′41″W / 52.586°N 1.978°W / 52.586; -1.978
Old Pelsall 3.9 20 August 1986 52°37′34″N 1°58′41″W / 52.626°N 1.978°W / 52.626; -1.978
Old Rushall 7.07 26 October 1983 52°35′49″N 1°57′50″W / 52.597°N 1.964°W / 52.597; -1.964
Pelsall Common 57.5 2 March 1979 52°37′34″N 1°58′01″W / 52.626°N 1.967°W / 52.626; -1.967
Walsall Locks 5.5 18 March 1987 52°35′17″N 1°59′35″W / 52.588°N 1.993°W / 52.588; -1.993
Willenhall 7.7 28 January 1977 52°35′02″N 2°03′18″W / 52.584°N 2.055°W / 52.584; -2.055

Wolverhampton[edit]

There are 30 conservation areas in Wolverhampton, more than any other metropolitan borough in the West Midlands. The first conservation area was designated in 1972.[71][72][73]

Name Date designated Additional designations
or notes
Coordinates
(links to map & photo sources)
Ash Hill 13 October 1994 None. 52°35′06″N 2°09′54″W / 52.585°N 2.165°W / 52.585; -2.165
Bantock House 12 October 1989 None. 52°34′44″N 2°09′14″W / 52.579°N 2.154°W / 52.579; -2.154
Bilston Town Centre 1975 Boundaries were adjusted 30 September 2002. 52°33′58″N 2°04′26″W / 52.566°N 2.074°W / 52.566; -2.074
Bushbury Hill 1972 Boundaries were adjusted 25 June 1974. 52°37′30″N 2°06′18″W / 52.625°N 2.105°W / 52.625; -2.105
Castlecroft Gardens 28 July 1988 None. 52°34′37″N 2°10′34″W / 52.577°N 2.176°W / 52.577; -2.176
Cedar Way 22 April 1999 None. 52°36′25″N 2°05′17″W / 52.607°N 2.088°W / 52.607; -2.088
Chapel Ash 11 April 1991 None. 52°35′02″N 2°08′13″W / 52.584°N 2.137°W / 52.584; -2.137
Cleveland Road, City Centre 13 June 1996 None. 52°34′52″N 2°07′12″W / 52.581°N 2.120°W / 52.581; -2.120
Copthorne Road 2001 Boundaries were adjusted 4 March 2002. 52°34′16″N 2°08′28″W / 52.571°N 2.141°W / 52.571; -2.141
Fellows Street, Blakenhall 26 November 2001 None. 52°34′30″N 2°07′48″W / 52.575°N 2.130°W / 52.575; -2.130
Old Hall Street, City Centre 26 October 1995 None. 52°34′59″N 2°07′26″W / 52.583°N 2.124°W / 52.583; -2.124
Park 1975 Boundaries were adjusted 12 October 1995. 52°35′24″N 2°08′24″W / 52.590°N 2.140°W / 52.590; -2.140
Penn Fields 14 April 1994 None. 52°34′01″N 2°08′49″W / 52.567°N 2.147°W / 52.567; -2.147
Penn Road, Graiseley 24 July 1997 None. 52°34′23″N 2°08′17″W / 52.573°N 2.138°W / 52.573; -2.138
Springfield Brewery 3 October 2003 None. 52°35′31″N 2°07′16″W / 52.592°N 2.121°W / 52.592; -2.121
St John's Square 1972 Boundaries were adjusted in 1986 and on 12 October 1989. 52°34′52″N 2°07′41″W / 52.581°N 2.128°W / 52.581; -2.128
St Philips, Penn Fields 10 October 1991 None. 52°33′58″N 2°09′32″W / 52.566°N 2.159°W / 52.566; -2.159
Staffordshire and Worcestershire & Shropshire Union Canal 14 October 1993 None. 52°36′54″N 2°08′46″W / 52.615°N 2.146°W / 52.615; -2.146
Tettenhall Greens 1972 Boundaries were adjusted 14 July 2003. 52°36′00″N 2°10′19″W / 52.600°N 2.172°W / 52.600; -2.172
Tettenhall Road 1 December 2004 None. 52°35′31″N 2°09′11″W / 52.592°N 2.153°W / 52.592; -2.153
Tettenhall Wood 6 November 1975 None. 52°35′38″N 2°11′17″W / 52.594°N 2.188°W / 52.594; -2.188
The Oaks, Merridale 1 December 2004 None. 52°35′02″N 2°08′35″W / 52.584°N 2.143°W / 52.584; -2.143
The Woodlands 17 June 1976 None. 52°33′43″N 2°09′18″W / 52.562°N 2.155°W / 52.562; -2.155
Union Mill 1985 Boundaries were adjusted 14 March 2007. 52°35′17″N 2°07′01″W / 52.588°N 2.117°W / 52.588; -2.117
Vicarage Road, Penn 1972 Boundaries were adjusted 17 June 1976. 52°33′22″N 2°09′36″W / 52.556°N 2.160°W / 52.556; -2.160
Wednesfield 1988 Boundaries were adjusted 13 January 1994. 52°35′56″N 2°04′59″W / 52.599°N 2.083°W / 52.599; -2.083
Wightwick Bank 12 October 1989 None. 52°34′55″N 2°11′35″W / 52.582°N 2.193°W / 52.582; -2.193
Wolverhampton Locks 1975 Boundaries were adjusted 14 March 2007. 52°36′22″N 2°08′28″W / 52.606°N 2.141°W / 52.606; -2.141
Wolverhampton City Centre 1972 Boundaries were adjusted in 1974, 1975, 1976, 1991, 2005 and on 14 March 2007. 52°35′13″N 2°07′41″W / 52.587°N 2.128°W / 52.587; -2.128
Worcester Street, City Centre 26 October 1995 None. 52°34′55″N 2°07′48″W / 52.582°N 2.130°W / 52.582; -2.130

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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