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The Conservation Subcommittee evolved from an informal group, which had come together in 2003 to investigate the possibility of getting Conservation Area status for the Oakmount Triangle. At a meeting of Southampton City Council’s Planning and Rights of Way Panel, at which an application for a development of town houses in Leigh Road was rejected, […]

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When do I need planning permission?

In any Conservation Area, special consideration is given to planning applications, and permission has to be obtained before a house can be demolished. The Oakmount Triangle also has Article 4 (2) protection, which means that permission needs to be sought for many minor works which would affect the public’s view of the houses. This only […]

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