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The historic environment includes national designations (for example listed buildings, registered parks and gardens and registered battlefields) and local designations (conservation areas and locally listed buildings) in Tewkesbury Borough. Scheduled monuments and archaeology are the responsibility of Gloucester Archaeology.

Listed buildings and structures

There are (September 2012) 1,577 listed entries in the borough - to find out if a building or structure (such as a bridge) is listed. Further information on listed buildings can be seen at Historic England.

Registered parks and gardens

There are (September 2012) seven registered parks and gardens in the borough.

Registered battlefields

There is one registered battlefield in the borough which relates to the Battle of Tewkesbury.

Conservation areas

A conservation area is an area of "special architectural or historic interest the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance". It will be an area where buildings and spaces interact to form a recognisably distinct area - where there has been substantial modern development and only isolated buildings survive designation as a conservation area will not be appropriate. This is so that the concept of conservation areas is not devalued. For general information about conservation areas.

Within the borough there are currently (September 2012) fourteen conservation areas:

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Further information

Please contact the conservation officer:

Email: conservation@tewkesbury.gov.uk
Telephone: 01684 272060

Conservation Officer,
Planning Department,
Tewkesbury Borough Council,
Public Services Centre,
Gloucester Road,
GL20 5TT.