The Creffield Conservation Area
Ealing is known for its varied heritage and historic townscape, including almost 600 listed buildings, and 29 conservation areas with a rich assortment of nineteenth and early twentieth century residential development, open spaces, industrial and transport heritage and remnants of ancient villages. The Creffield Conservation Area is one of the 29, and immediately adjoins the Ealing Common Conservation Area. It is in the ward of Ealing Common/South Acton and was first designated in 1993 and extended in 2004 to include Birch Grove, Stanway Gardens, Hale Gardens, the south side of Oakley Avenue, Twyford Crescent, Twyford Avenue, part of Creffield Road north side to include the Japanese School, and Uxbridge Road south side, from Grosvenor Court to the former Tram Depot (now redeveloped).
The two documents below, but especially the first, provide the interested reader with fascinating historic details of the area in which we live. The third provides an area map that can be enlarged.
Creffield Conservation Area Management Plan 2007
Creffield Conservation Area Management Plan 2007 Creffield Conservation Area map