9.3.5 Street Furniture and Roadside Features

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​​​​​​9.3.5 Street Furniture and Roadside Features

Items of street furniture are an important part of our built and cultural heritage in both an urban and rural context. They are also important elements in establishing the character and interest of an area, whether designated an ACA or not.  Such items could include the following; lamp standards, seats and benches, bollards, railings, street signs, freestanding or wall mounted post boxes, telephone kiosks, horse troughs, water pumps, drinking fountains, jostle stones, milestones, paving, kerbstones, cobbles and setts, pavement lights, coal hole covers, weighbridges, statues, plaques, gates and other monuments. 

Development Management Requirement:

  • To protect and sustainably manage historic items of street furniture and roadside features, as appropriate.