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John Innes Wilton Crescent conservation area

Merton (England). Development Department.

John Innes Wilton Crescent conservation area

by Merton (England). Development Department.

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Published by Development Department, London Borough of Merton? in [Merton? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Architecture -- Conservation and restoration -- England -- London.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLondon Borough of Merton, 1987.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 folded sheet ([6]p.) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16300083M

    3 bedroom semi detached house for sale SW19 - £1,, Offered for sale with NO ONWARD CHAIN, a spacious ( sq m/2, sq ft approx) detached 5/6 bedroom house with superb views over playing fields and situated in a .

    Wilton Crescent, Wimbledon, London Guide Price £1,, Freehold A rarely available, substantial, six bedroom semi detached Quartermain style family home. Situated within the John Innes Wilton Crescent Conservation area, the property offers potential to extend subject to necessary planning consents. It benefits from a detached garage, off. A family house in the desirable wilton crescent john innes conservation area. Location kingswood road is a tree lined residential road situated within the john innes-wilton crescent conservation area. Dundonald recreation ground is m away and wimbledon station, town centre shops and restaurant.

    6 bedroom semi detached house for sale SW19 - £1,, Mayfield Road is a tree lined residential road situated within the John Innes-Wilton Crescent Conservation Area built in the late 19th Century. The John Innes Park is m away and Wimbledon Station, town centre shops and restaurants are also within m. Wimbledon railway station for easy access to central London (17 mins). Wimbledon is.


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John Innes Wilton Crescent conservation area by Merton (England). Development Department. Download PDF EPUB FB2

John Innes: Merton Park and Wilton Crescent Conservation Areas - Design Guide A number of properties in the Merton Park and Wilton Crescent conservation areas™ have been identified as having distinctive architectural and landscape qualities that merit special protection through the withdrawal of certain permitted development rights.

The. There are such buildings in the John Innes (Merton Park) Conservation Area, 50 in the John Innes (Wilton Crescent) Conservation Area, and 26 in the Merton Hall Road Conservation Area and a number in other parts of the John Innes Society's "Area of Benefit".

In the Conservation Areas there is considerable protection under planning policies. Civic Amenities Act Designation of the John Innes (Merton Park) Conservation Area in the following year was, therefore, a rapid response to the new provision that immediately recognised the significance of the area.

The John Innes (Wilton Crescent) Conservation Area followed in The two areas are contiguous. Management Plan: John Innes (Wilton Crescent) Conservation Area September 3 INTRODUCTION Background to the Conservation Area Management Plan This Management Plan has been prepared as a supplement to the Character Appraisal for the John Innes (Wilton Crescent) Conservation Area ().

The area has survived pressures for major redevelopment and proposals to bisect it with a by-pass of the Kingston Road. With only a few exceptions, it has remained virtually unchanged for years.

The John Innes (Wilton Crescent) Conservation Area north of the Kingston Road, again developed under John Innes' influence and largely unchanged.

J ohn Innes, property developer and philanthropist played a very important part in creating the beautiful green suburb in Merton Park and surrounding areas that we still enjoy today.

His passion for plants and conservation shone through in his work, and together with the renowned architect Henry Quartermain he created some of the most beautiful examples late Victorian architecture we have in.

Kingswood Road is a tree lined residential road situated within the John Innes-Wilton Crescent Conservation Area. Dundonald Recreation Ground is m away and Wimbledon Station, town centre shops and restaurants are also within m. Wimbledon railway station provides easy access to central London (17 mins) and a District Line service.

John Innes' horticultural institute was founded in Merton Park and property he developed later became the John Innes Merton Park and Wilton Crescent conservation areas. The conservation areas of John Innes and Wilton Crescent were designed during the s and s by Henry Quartermain and John Brocklesby.

The area of Merton Park provides many large homes which are set out on long avenue style roads giving the area a tranquil feel. A beautiful family house in the desirable Wilton Crescent John Innes Conservation Area.

Description This outstanding house has been meticulously extended and upgraded by the current owners and features over sq foot of accommodation. The open plan kitchen living area is one of the finest extensions you will see and extends to over 50 foot long.

A beautiful family house in the desirable Wilton Crescent John Innes Conservation Area. Location Kingswood Road is a tree lined residential road situated within the John Innes-Wilton Crescent Conservation Area.

Dundonald Recreation Ground is m away and Wimbledon Station, town centre shops and restaurants are also within m. Holly was largely planted in the s and s as hedges of front gardens in many of the roads in what are now the Merton Park and Wilton Crescent Conservation Areas.

Some have grown into fine specimen bushes and mature trees. Also, the John Innes. Conservation Areas Merton Park Ward contains several Conservation Areas (CA): John Innes Merton Park CA, Wimbledon Chase CA as well as parts of John Innes Wilton Crescent CA and Merton Hall Road CA.

Our advice for households pamphlet prepared inexplains the rules governing alterations to buildings in these areas. Permitted Development Rights, for the John Innes Conservation Areas as itemised below: Permitted Development Rights Withdrawn • Class F, Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country Planning (General Wilton Crescent 2, 2a, 4 – 10 (evens), 12, 12a, 12b, 14 – 32 (evens) 1a, 1 – 43 (odds) Wilton Grove 2 – 26 (evens).

John Innes and conservation. The conservation areas of John Innes and Wilton Crescent were designed during the s and s by Henry Quartermain and John Brocklesby. The area of Merton Park provides many large homes which are set out on long avenue style roads giving the area.

3 bedroom house for sale SW19 - £1, Situated within the John Innes Wilton Crescent Conservation area, the property offers potential to extend subject to necessary planning consents. It benefits from a detached garage, off street parking and is conveniently located for excellent local schools and the facilities of Wimbledon town centre.

A fabulous opportunity to purchase this lovely four bedroom family residence located in this popular road within the Wilton Crescent John Innes Conservation Area. The house is bright and spacious throughout and benefits from a south west facing rear garden and off street parking to the front.

Savills - Wimbledon present this 5 bedroom semi-detached house in Wilton Grove, Wimbledon, London, SW Conservation Area. Recommendations: A. That the Article 4 (2) Directions for the removal of Permitted Development Rights, for the John Innes Conservation Areas, as itemised below, be confirmed.

Permitted Development Rights Withdrawn • Class F, Part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country Planning (General. Innes also commissioned Quartermain to redesign his Manor Farm.

Goodfellows Merton Park has this rarely available Victorian family home designed by Quartermain and situated in the John Innes Wilton Crescent Conservation Area for sale – an area an area renowned for its good schools, parks and recreational facilities.road within the John Innes Wilton Crescent Conservation Area.

It benefits from an 'atrium' style ground floor extension offering exceptional living space. Wimbledon Town Centre, mainline station and excellent local schools are easily accessible. EPC EER D. Front Garden Gated, block paved path leading to a recessed porch and part glazed, wooden.We have a close-knit community based on the housing that John Innes built, represented by the John Innes Society which seeks to preserve the heritage of the area, and provides educational, social and horticultural events.

Merton Park Ward Residents Association (MPWRA) sponsors the Merton.