The Pimlico Conservation Area occupies a large part of land lying north of the River Thames, to the southeast of Victoria Station.
The conservation area is characterised principally by the mid 19th century squares and terraces developed by Thomas Cubitt. This character derives from the combination of cream stucco terraced housing, parades of small shops and lush squares, punctuated by two Gothic revival churches. Despite its close proximity to the busy transport hub of Victoria Station, the character of the conservation area is peaceful and largely residential.
The Pimlico Conservation Area was first designated in 1968; and extended in 1973, 1990, and 2006.
|Publications and Documents:|
|Pimlico Conservation Area Audit SPG|
|Pimlico Design Guide|
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