CON30 - Inverness (Riverside)

Conservation Area

The original Inverness Conservation Area, which incorporated much of what is now Riverside, but not Crown, was designated by Inverness Town Council with effect from 10/09/1970, with three different areas (1, 2 and 3) described individually. The designation order was published in the Edinburgh Gazette on 15/09/1970. The designation was subsequently amended by Inverness Town Council with effect from 30/07/1974 which combined the former 3 areas into a single area designated as 'Conservation Area No.1 The River Ness and Town Centre Conservation Area'. An additional area at Clachnaharry was also designated at that time (Area 2 - see DHG5843). These amendments were formally published in the Edinburgh Gazette on 02/08/1974. A Conservation Area Character Appraisal for the Inverness River Ness and Town Centre CA was carried out for the Highland Council in 2004. This recommended a number of additions be made to the Conservation Area. On 23/01/2006 the original Inverness River Ness and Town Centre Conservation Area was de-designated and Inverness (Riverside) was designated as a new Conservation Area with accompanying Article 4 Direction, and which included the recommended amendments. The Crown area of the city was designated as a Conservation Area in its own right (see DHG5857). The order was published in the Edinburgh Gazette on 03/02/2006. A Conservation Area Management Plan for the Old Town area of the city was adopted by Highland Council in June 2015.

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Grid reference Centred NH 6621 4447 (1830m by 3005m)
Map sheet NH64SE

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