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Hebburn Hall Conservation Area

Hebburn Hall Conservation Area

Sample housing in the conservation area

Hebburn Hall Conservation Area

Hebburn Hall Conservation Area

Grade II listed Mortuary Chapel in Hebburn Cemetery

Hebburn Hall Conservation Area

Hebburn Hall Conservation Area

Housing on St John's Avenue

Hebburn Hall Conservation Area

Hebburn Hall Conservation Area

Entrance lodge to Hebburn Cemetery

Hebburn Hall Conservation Area

Hebburn Hall Conservation Area

The sunken garden in the Dell.

The Hebburn Hall Conservation Area is located 6 km to the west of South Shields town centre and 6 km to the south east of
Newcastle city centre. The Conservation Area is broadly defined by two key areas, comprising Hebburn Cemetery and Hebburn Hall and its historic grounds.

Overall, the surrounding area is dominated by residential development, schools, sporting facilities, commercial and retail facilities. Hebburn Metro Station is located to the north of the Hebburn Hall Conservation Area along Station Road, which houses the commercial and retail core of Hebburn. The open ground of the cemetery, gardens and parkland dominate the conservation area itself, with a concentration of housing at the northern perimeter.

We were commissioned to compile the character appraisal for the conservation area in 2007, and a management plan was produced for consultation shortly after.
 


Useful links:

South Tyneside Council - Conservation Areas