Coal Aston Conservation Area
In 2012 English Heritage assessed the Conservation Areas in Dronfield for NE Derbyshire District Council. They were measured against criteria including the state of the public realm, the loss of historic detail, street clutter including signage and an improving or deteriorating trajectory.
Conservation Area is predominantly urban and residential. There are a number of Listed Buildings. The loss of historic buildings is a minor problem.
In 2012 English Heritage for NE Derbyshire District Council identified some buildings at risk. Their condition was assessed as fair with medium vulnerability. The area was not considered at risk.
What do you think is happening to the appearance and vitality of the area?
Is the old village centre recognisable?
What are the most important buildings?
Are there any recent improvements in accordance with the principles of a Conservation Area?
Click here to view the Coal Aston Character Statement part 1
Click here to view the Coal Aston Character Statement part 2 and Map
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