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4.5 Landscape and trees

The most significant groups of trees lie along the Lea Bridge Road frontage and the river banks. The open, green spaces which form the setting of the Conservation Area are important in views into and out of it, as are the grassed verges fronting Lea Bridge Road. Within the Conservation Area, open spaces are characterised by more hard landscapes of a more industrial character.

Figure 20 Historic waterworks and related features to the River Lea

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