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Sports, leisure and the Arts Deansgate/Peter Street Conservation Area


The Deansgate/Peter Street conservation area lies within the city centre of Manchester, and is contiguous with other designated areas covering a substantial part of the Victorian city centre. For this reason only part of Deansgate is included in this area, most of the rest of the street being incorporated into Castlefield, Parsonage Gardens, St Ann's Square, Albert Square and Cathedral conservation areas.

The designation was made by the City Council on 26 June 1985, when several city centre conservation areas were designated and existing ones extended. It includes much of the area surrounding Peter Street and the junctions of Deansgate with both Quay Street and Bridge Street.

View a map of Deansgate/Peter Street conservation area

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