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Mumbles Conservation Area Review

The Mumbles Conservation Area Review is now underway. We would like to hear from residents, businesses and stakeholders - have your say.

Mumbles Conservation Area was first designated in 1969 due to the fishing village and later Victorian resort character. A draft of the Mumbles Conservation Area Review has now been prepared to provide an up to date assessment of the character and issues affecting the designated Mumbles conservation area, and we would welcome your comments and views.

We are required to review all conservation areas from time to time and the Mumbles Conservation Area includes:

  • A 'Boundary Review' with proposals to significantly expand the existing Conservation Area boundary to include Oystermouth Castle, Newton Road and the residential terraces - PDF Document Mumbles Conservation Area Review boundary map (PDF, 1MB)Opens new window;
  • An up to date 'Character Appraisal' breaking the area down into smaller distinct areas that share common characteristics, and
  • A 'Management Plan' which indicates how the character of the area will be preserved and enhanced by a variety of means to sustain the special architectural and historic character.

PDF Document Mumbles conservation area review (draft) (PDF, 3MB)Opens new window

Paper copies are also available for inspection in Swansea Central Library and Oystermouth Library.

The consultation process and key events

The draft Mumbles Conservation Area Review is currently out for public and stakeholder consultation. The consultation will last 6 weeks, running from 14 May until 22 June 2018.

Have your say online now

A public event is being held between 12.00pm - 6.00pm on Tuesday 12 June 2018 at the Ostreme Hall, Mumbles. Following this there will be a walking tour starting outside Oyster Wharf at 6.30pm.

The following leaflet sheet addresses many of the questions residents and local businesses will have about the Conservation Area and the review that is underway: PDF Document Mumbles conservation area review (leaflet) (PDF, 1MB)Opens new window.

Next steps

Once the consultation period expires the consultation responses will be assessed and the Mumbles Conservation Area Review information amended if necessary. The final document will be reported to the planning committee for adoption as supplementary planning guidance which will inform future planning applications in the area.

Have your say on the Mumbles conservation area review

Complete the online form to have your say on the Mumbles conservation are review.

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