Claygate Conservation Areas

Claygate Village

Claygate Village Conservation Area was designated by Elmbridge Borough Council on 28 November 1990. The Conservation Area encompasses the surviving part of the original village centre and includes The Green, which is surrounded by attractive groups of old buildings, and the Grade ll listed Holy Trinity Church.

Claygate Village Conservation Area Map

Claygate Village Designation Statement

Claygate Village Character Appraisal

Following public consultation this document was originally adopted as Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) by Planning Committee on 12 December 2000. However, due to staffing and resource limitations at that time, the document was not published. Due to changes in the planning system, conservation area appraisals can no longer be recognised as SPG but this will be a material consideration with regards to the implementation of the Elmbridge Local Plan as a basis for understanding the area, informing decision making and monitoring.

Claygate, Foley Estate

The Claygate Foley Estate Conservation Area was designated by Elmbridge Borough Council on 23 November 1994. The estate was built on land owned by the Hon Fitzalan Foley, who divided his land into 258 plots in 1885 and began constructing new roads through it. By the end of the 19th century many of the plots had been sold off for housing. Today the conservation area is characterised by its large detached and semi-detached Victorian and Edwardian houses, many of which incorporate decorative architectural features from the Arts and Crafts period.

Foley Estate Conservation Area Map

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