The majority of the village of Littleworth is in a conservation area. The conservation area exists to protect the features which make the village unique. The latest map showing the conservation area can be found on the Planning pages of the Vale of White Horse website.
Some of the controls applicable in a conservation area include:
Control over trees –trees are given special protection. You must apply in writing for consent if you intend to top, lop, or fell a tree over 75mm (3 inches) in diameter, measured at 1.5 metres above ground. You must submit your notification at least six weeks before you intend to start work. Certain trees are exempt from this additional control, such as dead, dying or dangerous trees and some fruit trees. For more information on tree work applications, please visit the Vale of White Horse web page on trees or call 01235 422600. For more information go to Trees in conservation areas.
Minor works may need planning permission in a conservation area.If you have any questions about restrictions on permitted development please visit the Planning pages of the Vale of White Horse website or speak to a member of the planning team.
Further information. Details about the conservation area, maps and the contact details to answer questions can be found on the Planning and Development section of the Vale of White Horse web site. Conservation area web pages.