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Giving an area Conservation Area status helps us to safeguard its special character for future generations. There are currently 30 Conservation Areas in Birmingham. These areas are varied in character but all contain buildings, structures or features of historic or architectural value which combine to create a unique environment - a record of our past.
The City's Conservation Areas range from the Jewellery Quarter, which contains Europe's largest and best surviving group of Victorian and early 20th century buildings devoted to the manufacture of jewellery and similar small goods, to the internationally acclaimed Bournville Village, which dates from the late 19th century.
Put your post code into My Local Information and if you live in a Conservation Area, its name will be listed.
Find out more about our other Heritage Assets in the leaflet below.