Is your house included under the Article 4(2) direction?
- Properties shown with red numbers are not covered by Article 4(2) but are still classed as included within the conservation area. (Blocks of flats are not covered and are shown in orange)
- Properties shown in white are are included in the Article 4 and are of original* John Smith design (1910 – 1930)
- Properties shown in blue are included in the Article 4 and built in other styles. Some were built during the initial development period (1910 -1930) some are later.
Please note that this is work in progress, if you spot any errors in classification or have any historical information please let us know.
Original John Smith development: 1910 – 1930
*Original John Smith style means those properties which were part of John Smith’s original development 1911 to circa 1930. There are later properties that were built to emulate or “pay tribute” to that style. e.g. 18 Leigh Road (date?) 33 Blenheim Avenue (2000)
Some properties built during the original development may have been built by John Smith to different designs, though are more likely designed by other architects (TBC). This includes many of the houses on the west (common) side of Westbourne Crescent.
Later infill development
The majority of houses later than 1930 were built on infill sites, for example 36 -44 Blenheim Avenue were built on the large plot that originally served as John Smith’s yard and offices. Others built on are plots that presumably did not sell during the original development. Some houses were built following WWII due to bomb damage (10 and 32 Oakmount Avenue).