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Aldersbrook Conservation Area 2002 A classic Edwardian suburb with well preserved layout and buildings. Distinguished by its unique island location set between the important designated landscape of Wanstead Park and Wanstead Flats. View
Barnados Village Conservation Area 1990 The surviving part of the original Village Home for destitute girls established by Dr Barnardo. A pioneering experiment in social care preserved in a horseshoe layout of cottage style houses around a village green. Of the original supporting services of church, school and laundry only the church survives. Designated in 1990. A replacement H.Q. building for Barnardos and associated residential scheme have been granted planning approval and work is expected to commence in 2012. View
Claybury Conservation Area 2005 An extensive area, part residential suburb, part parkland and part semi-natural woodland. It retains evidence of several distinct and distinguished phases of development from Georgian country house, Victorian asylum through to modern residential. View
George Lane Conservation Area 1981 A row of fine, late Victorian dwellings, now converted into offices but preserving their original rich detailing. The smallest Conservation Area in Redbridge. View
Little Heath Conservation Area 1991 An early village settlement based around a green. The original intimate scale and rural character survive. View
Snaresbrook Conservation Area 1970 Large, comprised of several parts of distinct character. Eagle Pond and the Eagle Public House to the south are a historic meeting place where several fine old houses survive. The Pond is overlooked on the north and east but to the south is the open parkland surrounding the mock Jacobean pile of Snaresbrook Crown Court. Further north the Woodford Road is bounded to the east by a mixture of historic and modern properties and to the west by a notable series of detached Edwardian houses set back behind the long green of The Drive. View
South Woodford Conservation Area 1970 A small area at the heart of old Woodford; the site of the Parish Church and the Manor House. Still retaining several historic buildings and open spaces, especially the churchyard with its fine collection of monuments to the notables of Woodford. View
The Bungalow Estate (Formerly Mayfield) Conservation Area Original Designation (As Mayfield Conservation Area) - October 1991 - Renamed The Bungalow Estate with Minor Extensions 24th July 2014. An extensive bungalow estate laid out in the 1920s and�30s in often spacious gardens. A regular street plan with a set-back building line, giving a relaxed air to the street scene. Very many trees, open front gardens and long rear gardens. The bungalows bear a family likeness enlivened with a rich variety of vernacular detailing. View
Valentines Mansion Conservation Area 1981 An important (grade II listed) historic park, setting of the fine late seventeenth century Mansion House. The early rococo garden scheme, including several ornamental garden buildings, is still intact. View
Wanstead Grove Conservation Area 2009 Special interest lies in the way Wanstead Grove displays a good example of varied types of predominantly late Victorian and Edwardian speculative housing development overlaid on an 18th Century designed landscape (related to the former Wanstead Grove House) including high quality examples of Arts & Crafts and Art Deco (or Moderne) architecture, with follies and other landscape features relating to the former grand house still surviving in the now largely suburban landscape. View
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