THE public’s views are being sought on the future management of two conservation areas.
Fareham Borough Council is carrying out a review of the two areas in Hook and Warsash.
The draft documents are available to view on the council’s website and also on display at the Victory Hall, Warsash, to give residents the chance to comment.
The consultation runs until December 2.
Councillor Keith Evans, in charge of planning and environment matters, said: ‘The purpose of a conservation area assessment is to identify the features of a conservation area that are important to its character such as the age and historic significance of the buildings, architectural styles, historic street layouts, open spaces, landscaping, trees and important views.
‘Anyone who has an interest is welcome to let us know what they think about the draft appraisals.’
Go online to see the documents at fareham.gov.uk