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History of Houses
in Proposed Conservation Area

There are two proposed Conservation Areas. The roads included are:

The Common Conservation Area, Gerrards Cross

The Centenerary Conservation Area, Gerrards Cross

A survey of houses in these roads was undertaken by South Bucks District Conservation Officer, Marian Miller, assisted by Julian Hunt and Harvey Parr of GX2006.

Where possible individual houses were identified using updated research by GX2006 of the Planning Applications made to the Eton Rural District Council up to 1937. A short description of the houses was written by the survey team. 

All this data is catalogued by address within the proposed Conservation Area in this format
Address #
Comments Buildings Architect Date Description Positive
or Listed
Buildings which make a positive contribution to the character and appearance of the Conservation Area are specifically identified:

Common Conservation Area

Centenary Conservation Area

These catalogues have been converted into a searchable format. In order to use them, you will need to download the PDF files to your computer.

In order to read them, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which can be downloaded free from the Adobe website if you have not already got this program on your computer.

Where the planning application for your house is before 1937 and identified, you can find out more information for example the original owner or builder by looking in the original GX2006 Research on Planning Applications accessed by plan number and date.

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