Parks, leisure and the arts Parsonage Gardens Conservation Area


Parsonage Gardens conservation area is based on a square of the same name - a small, tranquil oasis close to the heart of Manchester.

The conservation area was designated in June 1985. Its boundaries are Blackfriars Street, Deansgate (a common boundary with the St Ann's Square conservation area), Bridge Street (a common boundary with the Deansgate/Peter Street conservation area) and St Mary's Parsonage. The River Irwell forms the western boundary of the area along the line of the administrative border of the City of Salford.

View a map of Parsonage Gardens conservation area

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