Cleveland Street is one of the smallest conservation areas in Westminster, covering a small stretch of buildings on Cleveland Street, between Carburton and Greenwell Streets, at the boundary with the London Borough of Camden.
The centrepiece of the conservation area is an attractive Grade II listed terrace of Georgian townhouses in yellow stock brick. To the north, occupying a corner site, is a mid-ninteenth century public house in Italianate style. A red brick, late-Victorian mansion block adds variety to this attractive group of buildings at the southern boundary.
Cleveland Street was designated as a conservation area in November 1990.
|Publications and Documents:|
|Cleveland Street Conservation Area Map|
|Cleveland Street Mini Guide|
|Cleveland Street Conservation Area Audit SPG|
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