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Entrepreneurial Arts and Crafts-lovers sought to conserve and redevelop a much-loved building

Entrepreneurial Arts and Crafts-lovers sought to conserve and redevelop a much-loved building

This distinctive Arts and Crafts influenced house has a special place in the history of Acocks Green. Having obtained planning permission for sheltered apartments, the owner is now looking for a purchaser sympathetic to the house and its history.

Buildings at Risk

SAVE publishes 2015-16 buildings at risk catalogue Falling In Love, marking 25 years of SAVE's buildings at risk reports

Available from the 22nd June. Pre order now.
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Welcome to SAVE Britain's Heritage. SAVE has been campaigning for historic buildings since its formation in 1975 by a group of architects, journalists and planners. SAVE is a strong, independent voice in conservation, free to respond rapidly to emergencies and to speak out loud for the historic environment.

SAVE welcomes news of buildings at risk near you as well as information on your local campaigns. Please visit our website regularly to check on breaking news and updates on current campaigns.

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Current Campaigns
  • Press release: The King's Pavement - A new lease of life for 152-158 Strand

    SAVE's proposals to improve the setting of Somerset House, King's College and the Baroque gem of St Mary-Le-Strand

  • Statement on the sale of Wentworth Woodhouse

    Statement on the announcement of the sale of Wentworth Woodhouse

  • Press release: Back to the Futurist: SAVE Britainā€™s Heritage with strong local backing applies to Liverpool Council for mediation over decision to demolish Lime Street

    SAVE has written to Liverpool Council asking for mediation in order to secure the best possible outcome for Lime Street

  • SAVE launches petition to get Liverpool Lime Street proposals called in for public inquiry

    Please sign it by clicking here

  • Press release: Silver Hill - a new architectural vision for Winchester's decaying core - Petition demands call-in and rethink

    SAVE launches new vision and petition for Silver Hill, Winchester

  • Press release: SAVE presents new research about the Phoenix Columns at Smithfield General Market

    SAVE calls on the Secretary of State to reconsider listing it

  • Press release: SAVE salutes King's College London's decision to withdrawn its planning application for the Strand

    King's College London have withdrawn their plans to demolish 154-158 and faƧade 152-153 Strand, following overwhelming public opposition led by SAVE.

  • Press release: Public Inquiry called over plans to demolish 154-158 and faƧade 152-153 Strand

    SAVE welcomes Greg Clark's decision to call in Kings College's planning application.

  • Press release: SAVE prepares a new vision for Silver Hill, Winchester

    With the architect Huw Thomas SAVE is preparing a new vision for the Silver Hill site in Winchester

  • Welsh Streets Public Inquiry Report

    SAVE's report of the Welsh Streets Public Inquiry can be downloaded here

    View e-Report
  • Pathfinder's Shameful Legacy Exposed in Devastating New SAVE Report

    SAVE Britain's Heritage has published a devastating verdict on the discontinued Housing Market Renewal (HMR) Pathfinder programme. In a new report 'Housing Scandal! Pathfinder: a Post-Mortem', SAVE attacks both the legacy of the programme and the machiner

    View e-Report
  • Ducie Street in Ganby, Liverpool, under demolition in 2010

    Housing Scandal! Pathfinder: A Post-Mortem

    In this extract from SAVE's latest Pathfinder report, Jonathan Brown, Planner and member of Liverpool Civic Society, examines the legacy of Pathfinder - introducing a detailed critique by Bill Finlay of the recent Audit Commission report on the scheme.

    View e-Report
  • Barry

    New SAVE E-Report - Don't let them bulldoze Barry's Brighton Hospital

    Brighton's Royal Sussex County Hospital, an early and important work by the giant of British architecture, Sir Charles Barry, is threatened with destruction by the area's NHS Trust. SAVE Britain's Heritage has compiled this emergency report as part of ...

    View e-Report
  • A Lament for Lancaster? Stop the destruction of the canal corridor

    A Lament for Lancaster? Stop the destruction of the canal corridor

    In this shocking new report, SAVE Britain's Heritage reveals the devastating impact of a proposed new development in the canal corridor area of the historic city of Lancaster.

    View e-Report
  • Veneto

    Veneto in Peril?

    In 2006 SAVE Britain's Heritage published its devastating report on the unchecked development blighting the setting of the Villas of Palladio in the Veneto. Unforgiveable Assault on a World Heritage Site described the damage being wrought on this remarkab

    View e-Report
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Latest News

Statement on the sale of Wentworth Woodhouse

Statement on the announcement of the sale of Wentworth Woodhouse

Press Statement: Liverpool Lime Street

SAVE responds to comments from Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson

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