Edenhall conservation area

Designation of Edenhall conservation area

The central part of Edenhall village was designated as a conservation area on 27 September 2004.

A revised Conservation Area Character Appraisal and Management Plan (see below) was adopted on 16 June 2020.

Description of Edenhall

The village of Edenhall is situated on improved lowland pasture with areas of plantation and woodland and is quite well hidden within the Eden Valley. The character of the landscape and the current layout and architecture of the village are strongly influenced by farming, particularly the large farming estate of Edenhall. There are several listed buildings in the village including the Parish Church of St Cuthbert’s which dates from the 12th Century and possibly earlier. Other surviving buildings date from the very early 18th Century onwards. The buildings and the layout of Edenhall, with its stone boundary walls, gateways and avenues of trees, give the village a distinct and unique character.

Conservation area character appraisal and management plan

Read the Edenhall Conservation Area Character Appraisal (PDF: 2,12Mb / 58 pages)

Map of Edenhall conservation area boundary

View the Edenhall conservation area boundary on Your Area online mapping.

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Last updated: Wednesday, 28 July, 2021.