Source/Archive record SEM7907 - Allerford Conservation Area Character Appraisal

Type Unpublished document
Title Allerford Conservation Area Character Appraisal
Date/Year 2004
Exmoor National Park Authority Corporate Document CA Appraisal
Child ENPHER Source Record reference SEM8702

Please read the Exmoor National Park Historic Environment Record .


The present conservation area was designated in 1984 and includes the entire 19th century boundary of the original settlement, although Brandish Street, a small community some 300 metres to the south-east is not included. Within the conservation area are some 11 entries included in the statutory list, including several cottage pairs. (see section 7). Of these, all are grade II listed apart from the Packhorse Bridge, which is grade II*, and also a Scheduled Monument. The principal aims of this document are intended to define: what influences have given Allerford its special character; - what chiefly reflects this character and is most worth conserving; what has suffered damage or loss and may need reinstating; what should be considered in guiding future changes; what visual features particularly need safeguarding; what existing or potential resources may be available to maintain character and assist in enhancement. Such a document is to “incorporate policies in the statutory local plan...the most important (of which) will be a presumption against the loss of elements which have been identified as making a positive contribution to that special interest which warranted designation.”

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Referenced Monuments (26)

  • Allerford House, Allerford (Building)
  • Allerford Museum (Building)
  • Allerford Post Office (Building)
  • Allerford Village Hall (Building)
  • Bracken Lea and Vale View, Allerford (Building)
  • Cherry Trees, Allerford (Building)
  • Cross Lane House Hotel, Allerford (Building)
  • Farthings, Allerford (Building)
  • Fern Cottage, Allerford (Building)
  • Former Cobbler's Shop, Allerford (Building)
  • Four Ways and Forge Cottage, Allerford (Building)
  • Hill View and Woodside, Allerford (Building)
  • K6 Telephone Kiosk, Allerford (Building)
  • Linhay near Hill View and Woodside, Allerford (Building)
  • Mays Cottage, Allerford (Building)
  • Meadowside and Packhorse Cottage, Allerford (Building)
  • Medieval packhorse bridge at Allerford (Building)
  • Myrtle Cottage, Allerford (Building)
  • Nos 1 and 2, Hillside, Allerford (Building)
  • Outbuildings at Allerford House, Allerford (Building)
  • Rose Cottage and Traveller's Joy, Allerford (Building)
  • Stoates Farmhouse, Allerford (Building)
  • The Cottage, Allerford (Building)
  • The Smithy, Allerford (Building)
  • The Three Bears, Allerford (Building)
  • Via Enns, Allerford (Building)

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Record last edited

Dec 2 2020 4:05PM