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St Agnes, Moseley Conservation Area proposed boundary changes | Birmingham's conservation areas | Birmingham City Council

St Agnes, Moseley Conservation Area proposed boundary changes

A new draft Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan (CAAMP) has been drafted along with a new Article 4 Direction which seeks to respond to current planning policy and legislation. The document considers amendments to the existing boundary to include some properties on Grove Avenue and other minor changes.

Public consultation on the draft CAAMP, new Article 4 Direction and proposed boundary amendments will run from Monday 12 April 2021 until Friday 4 June 2021.

A virtual public meeting will be held via Microsoft Teams on Wednesday 12 May from 7:30pm to 9pm.

To access the meeting please use the following link which will be live only between these times on this date.

Join the virtual meeting

Should you wish to attend this meeting it is advisable that you download Microsoft Teams in advance.

Those people directly affected by these proposals will be invited to attend by letter.

The following documents are relevant to St. Agnes, Moseley Conservation Area Public Consultation.

Draft character appraisal and management plan

Proposed Article 4 Direction

For the avoidance of doubt sections in red indicate dates yet undetermined and new properties to be included (Grove Avenue) as well as the existing.

The final direction and maps cannot be provided until the direction is confirmed but the ‘Proposed Boundary Amendment Map’ below serves this purpose during consultation.

Proposed Boundary Amendments Map

Should you be unable to view the documents online, a hard copy will be provided to view from Monday 19 April until Friday 4 June at the following location:

The Moseley Exchange, 149-153 Alcester Rd, Birmingham B13 8JP (enter via the archway to the right of Moseley Post Office) between the hours of 9am to 6pm.

Or request to view the documents by contacting The Moseley Society by email.

You can submit comments on the draft document, new Article 4 Direction or the proposed boundary amendments by email, or by post to Julie Shaduwa, Principal Conservation Officer, Lancaster Circus, P.O.Box 28, Birmingham, B1 1TU