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The historic areas in Slough are protected as conservation areas. If you live in a conservation area, any planning applications or demolition work are treated slightly differently.
The Local Plan for Slough identifies five conservation areas in Slough in Appendix 4. The conservation areas are:
Statements on the following Conservation Areas can be downloaded here:
If you live in a conservation area, you will require conservation area consent to:
Applications for demolition consent can be completed online via the planning portal.
Applications for planning permission in the conservation areas are more rigorously assessed to consider whether proposals preserve or enhance the special character or appearance of the conservation area.
Conservation areas often include individually listed buildings for which normal listed building controls apply to protect both the interior and exterior. For more information, please visit our listed building consent page.
If you have any questions about planning in conservation areas, please contact us for advice.
Don't forget - if you need help with your application we offer a pre-application service.