The Shacklewell Green conservation area was designated on 19 February 2018.
The conservation area comprises a small area of land originally laid out on the line of field boundaries and centred on the ancient hamlet of Shacklewell.
The conservation area includes the well preserved, uniform late Victorian terraces in Seal Street, Perch Street and April Street along with the Grade II* listed Church of St Barnabas and Merchant Taylors Mission Hall on Shacklewell Row.
Shacklewell Green provides a welcome green space with its mature plane trees.
The conservation area is an excellent example of late Victorian development centred on an ancient hamlet and village green.
- Shacklewell Green conservation area appraisal [pdf, 5.24MB]
- Shacklewell Green conservation area map [pdf, 707.44KB]
- shopfront design guide [pdf, 1.21MB]
Article 4 Direction
We have a made a non-immediate Article 4 Direction over part of the Shacklewell Green Conservation Area, as designated 19 February 2018, to remove certain permitted development rights.