A Conservation Area Appraisal was conducted in settlements within the parish in late 2007. This resulted in the establishment of two Conservation Areas in Roos, and inTunstall and Hilston. This designation places particular responsibilities upon Householders with respect to the development of, or alterations to, their properties.
It is recommended that Householders seek advice and guidance from Planning at ERYC before proceeding with any such work. For further information please Click Here.
"In recognition of the special contribution of trees, conservation area legislation includes the blanket protection of all trees having a stem diameter greater than 75mm when measured at 1.5 metres above ground level". For further information and advice please Click Here.
ROOS CONSERVATION AREAS
East Riding of Yorkshire Council conducted an appraisal in 2007 which resulted in the establishment of two Conservation Areas in the village.
This is in the centre of the village and includes
Coltman Row, the Memorial Institute, the Old School, the Black Horse, Roos Stores, and the Roos Arms
This encloses the historic part of the settlement and encompasses
All Saints Church, The Elms, Dents Garth, the Old Rectory, some of Rectory Road and part of Lamb Lane.