Chevening is a very small Conservation Area covering some 2.0 ha and containing about 15 listed buildings. It was designated in 1978. It contains St Botolph’s Church and the small group of cottages clustered around it. It is bounded on the west side by the wall to Chevening Park that lies to the north west. There is only one access road to the Conservation Area leading to the village, Chevening House and its Park.
Chevening village and the surrounding countryside lie wholly within the Green Belt, Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Special Landscape Area.
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