​Maresfield Conservation Area

The Maresfield Conservation Area designated by East Sussex County Council (ESCC) is a small part of the area within the remit of the Maresfield Conservation Group (MCG). Conservation Areas are designated areas of special architectural or historic interest which are to be conserved or enhanced. Local planning authorities are obliged to designate as Conservation Areas any parts of their own area that are of such special interest that it is desirable to preserve or enhance their character and appearance.

 

The first Conservation Areas were designated in 1967 and there are now over 8000 Conservation Areas in England.

The Maresfield Conservation Area was original confined to limited parts of the centre of Maresfield around St Bartholomews Church. In 2017 the designated area was substantially extended. The boundaries of the original and 2017 areas can be seen by clicking the button below.

The constitution of the MCG applies to the whole of the village of Maresfield and surrounding areas, including the ESCC designated conservation area.

General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)
The Maresfield Conservation Group currently holds details of members in both physical and digital formats. These are kept secure and will not be shared with any other organisations, except the HMRC for Gift Aid purposes.

We use our members details predominantly to communicate with members. If you wish to know what information we hold and in what format please contact the MCG committee GDPR Officer, Rob Penfold at robpenfold248@gmail.com
We will be happy to share this information with you and fully explain it's purpose. If you wish to have your information and records removed we are happy to do this as well.

​Contact: Pat Palmer
Tel: 07770 745 519

Email: maresfieldconservation@gmail.com

Registered Charity Number 1104136

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