This area focuses on Frankby Green and those roads that immediately surround it. There are five grade II listed buildings within the historic village. Its rural setting has remained due to the continued use of agricultural farms situated nearby.
The large working fields of Manor Farm and the Green Belt policy have helped to keep the village isolated from the developing townships of Greasby and Newton. Historical maps of Frankby dating from 1844 to 2007, highlight little change has occurred. There have been a few buildings built since the middle of the 20th century and a few barns converted into residential units.
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