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Inventory Site Record

Cheyne Gardens (Kensington & Chelsea)

Brief Description

The houses of Cheyne Gardens were built in the 1860s/70s. In front is a landscaped strip separated by a roadway, consisting of a raised paved area with a number of trees. It was formerly part of the estate of Earl Cadogan and laid out for the use of leaseholders of Cheyne Gardens, managed by a Committee of householders.

Practical Information
Site location:
Cheyne Gardens
Postcode:
SW3
What 3 Words:
splash.daring.throw
Type of site:
Garden Square;, Public Gardens
Borough:
Kensington & Chelsea
Open to public?
Yes
Opening times:
unrestricted
Special conditions:
Facilities:
Events:
Public transport:
Tube: Sloane Square (District, Circle)
Research updated:
01/10/2007
Last minor changes:
19/07/2023

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Full Site Description

Sources consulted:

Report of the Royal Commission on London Squares, 1928

Further Information (Planning and Conservation)
Grid ref:
TQ274777 (527440,177780)
Size in hectares:
0.0266
Site ownership:
RB Kensington & Chelsea
Site management:
RBKC
Date(s):
1860s/70s
Designer(s):
Listed structures:
None
On National Heritage List for England (NHLE), Parks & Gardens:

No
Registered common or village green on Commons Registration Act 1965:

No
Protected under London Squares Preservation Act 1931:

No

Local Authority Data

The information below is taken from the relevant Local Authority's planning legislation, which was correct at the time of research but may have been amended in the interim. Please check with the Local Authority for latest planning information.

On Local List:
No
In Conservation Area:
Yes
Conservation Area name:
Cheyne
Tree Preservation Order:
No
Nature Conservation Area:
No
Green Belt:
No
Metropolitan Open Land:
No
Special Policy Area:
Yes - Archaeological Priority Area (Thames)
Other LA designation:
None

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