The Cadeby Conservation Area was designated by the council in February 1989.
The unique character of the village is derived from the following key factors:
- Its agricultural origins and its rural location
- The retention of several medieval timber framed buildings
- The large number of woodland trees within and on the edge of the settlement
The intersection of Main Street and Wood Lane (formerly Duck Puddle Lane) marks the heart of the conservation area.
There are five listed buildings and a number of key unlisted buildings within the conservation area, all of which add greatly to its special character.
Last updated: 14/04/2021 12:03