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Conservation Areas in Stoke-on-Trent

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The Villas, Stoke

A unique 19th century estate of Italianate style houses.

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Winton Square, Stoke

The Railway Station, North Staffs Hotel and office buildings make up this distinctive, formal, symmetrical grouping

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Penkhull Village

This conservation area still has a village-like feel, despite being in the middle of the urban area. The church and churchyard form a focus

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Stoke Town Centre (incorporating the former St Peters Churchyard Conservation Area)

Originally centering around Stoke Minster and Town Hall, together with the reconstructed remains of a previous church and Wedgwood’s grave, this conservation area has been extended to incoporate the Spode site and a significant part of the town centre.

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Burslem Town Centre

Architecturally, this is the best town in the Potteries, with notable buildings including the two town halls, Burslem School of Art and Wedgwood Memorial Institute.

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Blurton Church

The conservation area is based around the church and churchyard.

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Longton Town Centre (incorporating the former Gladstone and Short Street Conservation Areas)

Including Gladstone Pottery and the Roslyn Works which together form the largest surviving group of bottle ovens, and the former Enson Works.

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Ash Green, Trentham

A primarily residential conservation area, based around a group of English Domestic Revival houses and the City’s only thatched building.

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Hartshill

The Church, designed by George Gilbert Scott, and Minton cottages are excellent examples of the 19th century Gothic Revival. The conservation area was recently extended to include the Medical Institute and additional housing.

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St Christopher's Avenue, Penkhull

A residential conservation area.

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Dresden

This conservation area contains some of the City’s larger 19th century houses.

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Albert Square, Fenton

This is focused on the square and cenotaph and also includes an unusual brick church, designed by local architect, Charles Lynam.

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Trent and Mersey Canal

The full 8-mile length of the Trent and Mersey Canal though the City is designated as a conservation area, also including some of the adjacent industrial buildings. Notable buildings include the Etruscan Bone Mill and Middleport Pottery.

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Tower Square, Tunstall

A town centre conservation area based around the main square and Town Hall.

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Park Terrace, Tunstall

This conservation area is based around the memorial garden and large symmetrical housing terrace.

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Victoria Place, Fenton

A group of distinctive terraced housing, together with Hitchman Street.

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Hitchman Street, Fenton

See above.

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Newcastle Street, Middleport

A linear conservation area, taking in a range of commercial and other buildings.

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City Centre

This conservation area covers much of the historic heart of Hanley, including the cultural quarter and the area surrounding Webberley's and the former meat market.

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Caldon Canal

The full 6-mile length of the Caldon Canal through the City is designated as a conservation Area. Many industrial buildings have been lost, especially in the Hanley Area.

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Hanley Park

Hanley Park was designed by Mawson and is included on the National Parks and Gardens Register.

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Victoria Park, Tunstall

The park and surrounding housing form the basis of the conservation area.

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Penkhull Garden Village

An area of housing demonstrating the garden suburb ideas developed in Hampstead.

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