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Blackfriars/Petersville Heritage Conservation District


Image of Blackfriars Petersville HCD MapBlackfriars/Petersville Heritage Conservation District has a long tradition as a suburban landscape within the City of London. Historically an independent village, Blackfriars/Petersville Heritage Conservation District has a long history of individual identity within London. There are approximately 580 properties within the Blackfriars/Petersville Heritage Conservation District.

Blackfriars/Petersville Heritage Conservation District was adopted by Municipal Council on May 6, 2014 and designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act on May 15, 2015.

 

 

Location

Blackfriars/Petersville Heritage Conservation District is bound by the Thames River on the east and the south and by Oxford Street West to the north. Wharncliffe Road North acts as the western boundary of Blackfriars/Petersville Heritage Conservation Districts, and includes properties on both sides of the road between Rogers Avenue and St. Patrick Street.

Blackfriars Bridge, Kensington Bridge, and the West London Dyke are included within the Blackfriars/Petersville Heritage Conservation District.

Blackfriars/Petersville Heritage Conservation District Documents