Kent Town Conservation Area

Kent Town Conservation Area

The East Molesey (Kent Town) Conservation Area was designated on 18 December 1973 by Surrey County Council and extended by Elmbridge Borough Council on 23 November 1994, 18 May 2000 and again on 15 November 2011.

The conservation area is located on the south bank of the Thames across the river from Hampton Court Palace. The conservation area includes the commercial area of Bridge Road and Creek Road which are located just south of Hampton Court Bridge, whilst to the east it includes the mid-19th century Hampton Court Station and Cigarette Island. It also includes very attractive and generously laid out residential roads forming a grid which were laid out by the property developer, Francis Jackson Kent in the mid-19th century. 

Kent Town Conservation Area Map

Kent Town Designation Statement

The Council has published a Character Appraisal and Management Plan document for the conservation area. This document, which was endorsed by Planning Committee in November 2011, was produced through collaborative working between the local community, consultants and the Council. 

Kent Town Character Appraisal and Management Plan

Further Information

There is an active Conservation Area Advisory Committee of the area

Find out about the Molesey Local History Society

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