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Part of Tarvin is in the Conservation Area and what one can do and cannot do in a conservation area was considered at the recent Council meeting. If you live in or have a business in the Conservation Area there are restrictions on what work you can do to your property which may affect its appearance — e.g. installing plastic windows, inappropriate advertising signs whether temporary or permanent, use of A-Boards.
The Parish Council wants residents to be proud of their Conservation Areas and to ensure they are protected and if possible enhanced.
If you want to make changes to your property you can get advice from the Cheshire West and Chester Council Planning Department. If you are not sure whether your property is in a Conservation Area please either study the leaflet on the Notice Board on High Street Tarvin and also on The Green Oscroft or go to the Parish Council Website where it can be found under the heading "Your Parish"

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