The conservation area of Aswarby incorporates parkland from the former Aswarby House as well as a number of residential properties on Wood Lane and Main Street. The boundary runs south then east along London Road/A15 before turning north-east and thereby incorporating several residential properties, and their grounds, as well as Aswarby Park estate office. When the boundary reaches Main Road it follows the property boundaries of nos. 1-7 Main Road and nos. 1-2 Wood Lane before cutting across Wood Lane. It then follows landscape boundaries of Aswarby House Park before rejoining London Road/A15. The conservation area covers 77.18 hectares. 

The conservation area predominantly contains residential properties.

The conservation area contains 13 listed buildings and 1 unlisted building of local importance. All of the listed buildings are Grade II except for St Deny’s Church (C12, C14, C15, Chancel 1849 by H.E. Kendall, restored 1850 by Edward Blore) which is Grade I.

There is currently no Conservation Area Appraisal available for this Conservation Area.

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Aswarby survey photos

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