The village of Brasted is 4.5 miles from Sevenoaks on the historic east-west route which is now the A25.
Brasted High Street Conservation Area comprises the High Street (the A25) and parts of its side streets, land between the High Street and the River Darent including the lodge and part of the grounds of Combe Bank, along with Brasted Place and part of its grounds. The area around Brasted’s parish church is designated separately as Brasted Church Conservation Area. Sundridge Conservation Area adjoins Brasted High Street Conservation Area to the east.
Brasted High Street Conservation Area was designated in 1971 and extended in 1992. The previous conservation area appraisal was published in December 2003. In 2019 the conservation area was reviewed and extended to include Old Orchard, 1 and 2 Tannery Cottage, the Old Forge and Tanners Mead.
The Conservation Area Appraisal (CAA) is split into three documents: Introduction, Appraisal and Design Guidance
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