St Andrew's Square
St Andrew's Square conservation area was designated in March 1971 and extended in October 1987 and June 1991 and consists of 516 properties in an area of 6.8 hectares
St Andrew's Square is an area of Victorian housing dating from the 1860s–1880s, in Gothic and Italianate styles, including a garden square unique to south-west London. It forms a later phase of the Surbiton “New Town” begun in 1838 by Thomas Pooley.
Map of St Andrew's Square conservation area