Sports, leisure and the Arts Albert Park Conservation Area

Introduction

The Albert Park conservation area is situated approximately four miles south of Manchester city centre, in West Didsbury. It is principally an area of housing but also includes a district shopping centre on Burton Road, a smaller group of shops on Barlow Moor Road, schools, public houses and a number of churches.

The conservation area was designated in March 1988 and the boundaries are Barlow Moor Road to the south, Withington Hospital and Government buildings to the West, the disused Midland railway line to the north and Palatine Road to the east, the latter being a common boundary with the Blackburn Park conservation area.

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