The statutory definition of a conservation area is “ an area of special architectural interest, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance”.
"The well-conceived relationship between buildings and the splendid mature landscape and the effective operation of the residents association has fostered a unique sense of community and sense of place. Fieldend is one of the best examples of an estate of its type and period in Middlesex, comparable to the now listed 1959 Span estate of Corner Green on the Cator Estate in Blackheath."
Extract from the "Fieldend Conservation Area No 71" document
Fieldend Conservation Area was designated in 2005 in recognition of the area's special architectural and historic interest. It is one of seventy-two conservation areas in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
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Click here to view a PDF of Character Appraisal & Management Plan for Fieldend.
Being designated a conservation area confirms that the estate is a special place and that the houses have retained their distinctive architectural details.