Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Trees
Victoria Road South. Many trees of different species throughout the outstanding Conservation Area of Owen's Southsea.     TPO No. 49
CA
SZ 646 989
2713 150
Trees
Castle Road. This order includes trees situated in three conservation areas, 'Owen's Southsea', 'The Terraces' and 'Castle Road'. The trees covered are mainly lime and sycamore, but scots pine, cherry, bay, mountain ash, sweet chestnut and purple beech are also included.     TPO No. 51
CA
SZ 640 993
2713 311
Trees
St. Peter's Church, Somers Road. Sweet bay, whitebirch, silver birch, hawthorn, white willow, swedish whitebeam, purple beech, horse chestnut, and variegated poplar, in the church grounds and vicarage garden, these trees are important as they are amongst the few trees in an area of terraced housing.     TPO No. 54
CA
SZ 646 997
2713 310
Trees
Old Portsmouth. This order covers trees situated mainly around the Cathedral including black Italian poplar, tree of heaven, sycamore, coral bark willow, flowering cherry and weeping willow. Also a number of sycamore on Governor's Green, and two large groups of flowering cherry situated on the high street frontage of Portsmouth Grammar School.     TPO No. 58
CA
SZ 632 993
2713 310A
Trees
Site of former ear and eye hospital, Grove Road North. A group of flowering cherry, common lime, snake bark maple, and London plane retained from the former hospital grounds, also a sycamore at North Grove House.     TPO No. 66
SZ 645 994
2713 321
Group 3 - Man-made Features
Albany Road
Houses
C.19
Nos. 4 and 6. Albany Villas, and Nos. 8 and 10 Enfield Villas. A terrace of four properties, two storeys and basement, rendered. Nos. 4 and 6, retain slate roof, Nos. 8 and 10, now tiled. Dormer windows in roof. Eaves bracket, quoins at corners of building. Paired front doors under Romanesque arch supported by pilasters, reached up steps.     CA
SZ 646 992
2713 157
Houses
C.19
Nos. 13 and 15. Three storeys and basement, rendered, slate roof to No. 15, tiled, No. 13. Bays to basement and ground floors, either side of central entrance doors. Round headed window above door. Central balustrade at first floor level, above door. Round headed door within projecting porch with side windows, reached up steps.     CA
SZ 646 991
2713 162
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