A leaflet has been published for the Riverside South Conservation Area and has been distributed to all properties in the area. The leaflet can be accessed via the link at the bottom of the page, or a copy collected from the 2nd Floor Reception of Guildhall 2, or a local library. Alternatively, contact a member of the Conservation Team via the link at the bottom of this page.
|The designation was based on a full assessment report prepared by a consultant and can be accessed from the adjacent link:||Consultant Report|
|The decision to designate this conservation area was made by the Executive of the Council. The Executive report, minutes and plans can be accessed via the adjacent links:||
Excecutive Report (11 February 2003)
Plan 1 (Map re. 11/02/03 Report)
Plan 2 (Map re. 11/02/03 Report)
Plan 3 (Map re. 11/02/03 Report)
Late Responses (re. 11/02/03 Report)
Objection (re. 11/02/03 Report)
|Before the decision to designate this conservation area was made by the Executive, the adjacent reports, minutes and plans were considered:||
Report re. Surbiton Neighbourhood Committee (19 December 2002)
Plan 1 (Map re. 19/12/02 Report)
Plan 2 (Map re. 19/12/02 Report)
Minutes (re. 19/12/02 Report)
|Historical background information considered in the designation can be accessed via the adjacent links:||
1868 - 1885 (Historical Maps)
1895 - 1898 (Historical Maps)
1913 (Historical Maps)
1934 (Historical Maps)
|All properties affected by the area:||List of all properties within the conservation area|
Ordnance Survey maps, air photos, planning controls/policies, the planning histories for this area and the wider area can be viewed online via our Integrated Spatial Information System (ISIS). The ISIS mapping system can be accessed via the link at the bottom of this page.
You can use the "find a location" drop down button to find any address in the list of properties included in the conservation area. Use the map menu on the right and the Planning, Building, or Info tools tabs above the map to find out more about the area.
This Conservation Area has a notice board installed outside Hart's Boatyard, adjacent to the bus stop.
The Conservation area is represented by the Kingston Town Neighbourhood Conservation Areas Advisory Committee. Their contact and other information relevant to all Conservation Areas, including the General Guide and the Executive Report on the General Principles, and contacts for external organisations, are accessible from the Conservation Areas page.
Other leaflets regarding conservation areas can be accessed form the Conservation Documents page or alternatively collected from:
Envrionmental Services Reception
Kingston upon Thames
or any local library.