Charlotte Lewis

Charlotte Lewis 1
Charlotte Lewis 1
Charlotte gives a brief explanation of the Conservation Areas initiative
Charlotte Lewis 2
Charlotte Lewis 2
In this clip, Charlotte discusses the Vauxhall Inn pub
Charlotte Lewis 3
Charlotte Lewis 3
Here, Charlotte describes the character of the architecture in Barton Street
Charlotte Lewis 4
Charlotte Lewis 4
Discussing the importance of the Picturedrome Theatre
Charlotte Lewis 5
Charlotte Lewis 5
Charlotte describes how she tries to help shop owners with regulations regarding signage in a conservation area
The Vauxhall Inn during the 1980s
The Vauxhall Inn during the 1980s
The Vauxhall Inn as it appears today | Photo copyright: BazzaDaRambler
The Vauxhall Inn as it appears today
Photo copyright: BazzaDaRambler

The Barton and Tredworth area has a number of buildings of historical and architectural importance and it is the job of Gloucester City Council to ensure that they survive intact so that future generations can appreciate them. Charlotte Lewis is the Principal Conservation & Design Officer at Gloucester City Council and here in this collection of audio clips, she speaks about the various listed buildings in Barton Street and how their function changes over time. She also gives details of the Conservation Areas initiative which aims to protect historic areas from development.

The images below show the Grade II Listed Vauxhall Inn as a public house during the 1980s, and how it looks as a supermarket today.

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