Moor Park is of national importance as a designated heritage asset. It is included in the register of Historic Parks and Gardens and is Grade II. It provides evidence of the work of Edward Milner, and the desire of the city council to provide parkland for the people.
The built environment demonstrates waves of development; from the spacious villas of the upper classes lining Garstang Road to the terraced houses built for the working class of the time. The area shows the relation between the built environment and its links with open space and demonstrates an aspect of Preston's industrial background The area contains buildings that are both listed and of local interest, for their architectural and historical quality.
Following public consultation, between 29 April 2019 and 27 May 2019, on the recommendation of the Conversation Area Appraisal that the boundary of the Moor Park Conservation Area required redrawing and reducing, that the Council's Cabinet approved the changes proposed at its meeting on 6 November 2019.
As such, the south-eastern part of the previous area no longer form part of the Moor Park Conservation Area which includes:
Designated: 20 February 2013
Article 4 Direction in Place: No
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