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Wortley Village-Old South Heritage Conservation District


Image of Wortley Village Old South HCD MapWortley Village-Old South Heritage Conservation District is an area of London with an established, recognizable suburban streetscape by 1915 and mainly achieved its built form before World War II. It contains a large concentration of recognizable architectural styles and features that are consistent with the styles and methods of construction associated with the era in which they were developed. Several long-standing landmarks, such as the London Normal School and others, contribute positively to the cityscape and identity of the Wortley Village-Old South Heritage Conservation District. There are 1,048 properties in Wortley Village-Old South Heritage Conservation District.

Wortley Village-Old South Heritage Conservation District was adopted by Municipal Council on September 18, 2014 and designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act on June 1, 2015.

Location

Horton Street/Thames Park serves as the northern boundary of Wortley Village-Old South Heritage Conservation District. Ridout Street South serves as the eastern boundary, and includes properties on the west side of Ridout Street South between Ingleside Place and Elmwood Avenue East. Tecumseh Avenue East, between Ridout Street South and Wortley Road, and Duchess Avenue, between Wharncliffe Road South and Wortley Road, serve as the southern boundary, as well as properties along Wortley Road nearly to Briscoe Street. Wharncliffe Road South serves as the western boundary of Wortley Village-Old South Heritage Conservation District.

Wortley Village-Old South Heritage Conservation District Documents