Ceredigion residents are being asked for their views on Cardigan and Aberaeron conservation areas.

Ceredigion County Council is required, from time to time, to review the county’s areas and formulate proposals for their preservation and enhancement.

To do this the council is undertaking or updating its Conservation Area Appraisals for the Cardigan, Aberaeron, Aberystwyth, and Llanbadarn Fawr conservation areas to identify what makes an area special and any opportunities or problems which may exist.

The council has commissioned the Griffiths Heritage Consultancy to support and develop Conservation Area Appraisals and Management Plans for the six towns of the county, supported by the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.

Councillor Clive Davies, Cabinet Member for Economy and Regeneration, said: “I’m encouraging all interested parties to get involved in this consultation, so that the views of residents and organisations can be factored in to ensuring the special heritage of Ceredigion is managed for generations to come.

“Initial drafts for Aberaeron, Aberystwyth, Cardigan and Llanbadarn Fawr are ready to be viewed and we are interested in hearing the public’s views on the work so far.”

4-6pm drop-in consultation events are taking place at Aberaeron Memorial Hall, September 14; Cardigan Guildhall, September 29; Aberystwyth Arad Goch, September 21; and Llanbadarn Fawr Church Hall, September 22.

To be added to the stakeholder list, contact the council’s Planning Policy Service.