The Embankment walls, lamp standards and benches - along with a small minority of the buildings - date from the 19th century.
There are 62 conservation areas in Lambeth covering approximately 30 per cent of the borough.
Information on every conservation area is available below (scroll to the bottom of the page after selecting your area).
If you would like to see which areas are located near a particular place or are unsure of the name of a conservation area then please see our map of all conservation areas in Lambeth.
If you want to check if a particular property is within a conservation area then you can use the planning application database to search for the property and then, once you have opened the correct result, click on the ‘constraints’ tab.
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The Conservation Area includes all of Brockwell Park and also adjoining residential properties to the south and east boundaries of the park.
The conservation area extension in 1999 slightly enlarged and consolidated these boundaries.
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