Meriden is a small village in the metropolitan borough of Solihull in the West Midlands, and lies in between Solihull and Coventry. Following the introduction of Conservation Areas in Britain in 1967, the area immeadiately around Meriden Hill (a hill overlooking the centre of the village) was designated a conservation area in the following year, and this very short booklet sets out the principles behind this decision, the reasons for it and the impact it has had on Meriden Hill, and the booklet also includes a list and photographs of the buildings found within the conservation area - including the church of St Laurence, Church Farm, Moat House Farm, the Glebe House, Eklmoot and Hill Orchard, and the Vicarage.
The booklet also contains a full page map showing the area and extent of the conservation area
Condition of the booklet is generally ok. The cover has some minor scuffs and blemishes, and some light nibbling and wear along the edges (including some creasing and bumping to the bottom right hand corner), but the spiral binding is intact and all pages are intact, unblemished and tightly bound.