Doncaster - St George's conservation area

Doncaster - St George's was designated a conservation area on 15 September 1997.

The first appraisal of the conservation area was finalised in March 2009 after being out to consultation. This has recently been reviewed to take account of any significant changes that have occurred there since the original appraisal was carried out, this has now been finalised following public consultation.

The original appraisal and the review document can be viewed in the Downloads and Resources section.

To view the location of the conservation area please go to the Heritage Map.

The conservation area is based around the church of St. George, which has recently been created a Minster and is to the north of Doncaster town centre adjoining the River Don. The area is rich in archaeology (it is the site of a former Roman fort and a later castle) and is a green 'oasis' in comparison with the rest of the town centre. However, due to demolitions occurring in the 1970s, mostly brought about by the creation of an inner bypass/dual-carriageway, the area has a deficit of built form.

Within the conservation area there are two listed structures which, with other significant buildings are described within the appraisal.

Further Information

Further Information about Conservation Areas can be found at Conservation Areas in Doncaster.

If you have any queries about the conservation area contact:

Doncaster Council, Civic Office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU

Tel: 01302 734922 or 735199

Last updated: 28 July 2020 16:13:46