The Sibson Conservation Area was designated by the council in December 1995.
The character of the village is derived from its agricultural origins of the settlement. This can be identified from the number of former and existing farm buildings within the designated area. The ancient road pattern, with its unique twist and turn, has added a further layer of distinctiveness to the village which can be divided into four areas:
- The eastern area around the church and the old rectory
- The central section between Lovelace Close and Kingford House
- The Swiss Cottage and adjacent buildings
- The western entrance into the village
There are four listed buildings within the conservation area and a number of unlisted buildings of local historic or architectural importance.
Last updated: 04/11/2021 09:18