Translation of conservation area in Spanish:

conservation area

zona protegida, n.

noun

British

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    (por su interés ecológico o arquitectónico) zona protegida feminine
    • Finally, it must be remembered that this is a site in a conservation area in a national park.
    • Unpopular plans to build ten family homes on unofficial allotments beside a village conservation area have been blocked.
    • This is a conservation area, let us conserve and strengthen it.
    • The special interest of the conservation area is twofold.
    • However, it's in the middle of a conservation area, and that fairly much rules it out.
    • Under planning law it is an offence to axe trees in a conservation area without approval.
    • With visitor safety of utmost importance, tree surgeons were called in to make safe the conservation area's older trees.
    • It said the trees are on council-owned land and not in a conservation area.
    • A Sheffield suburb could soon be declared a conservation area to protect hundreds of Victoria villas.
    • A householder alleged to have chopped down more than 20 mature trees in a conservation area of Bradford is to be prosecuted.
    • The site is in the village conservation area and campaigners said the proposal would neither preserve or enhance it.
    • The famous village within a city is a conservation area and its imposing stone buildings are listed.
    • The whole part of the centre of the town is in the conservation area.
    • The site, in a conservation area and set in nine acres of land, is expected to prove attractive to property developers.
    • She has seen groups of young people in the cemetery, damaging gravestones and pulling up plants in the conservation area.
    • He said many residents had other ideas about how the site could be used, including a bowling green, a wildlife conservation area or a park.
    • Residents hope that an extension of the conservation area would protect the area from inappropriate development.
    • If a property is within a conservation area then any development needs to be carefully assessed by planning authorities.
    • They also include a registered park, an area of archaeological importance and a conservation area.
    • But changes must blend into the conservation area to preserve and enhance characteristics worthy of retention.