Found 99 past campaigns, showing 1 - 10
Press release: SAVE presents new research about the Phoenix Columns at Smithfield General Market
Press release: Public Inquiry called over plans to demolish 154-158 and façade 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
Press release: change of position from Historic England on the Strand buildings; Michael Palin adds his voice to the campaign
SAVE welcomes Historic England’s reviewed stance on the Strand: they now conclude that King’s College’s proposals to demolish four buildings and retain only the façade of a fifth causes substantial harm to the conservation area
Press Release: Cherish the Terrace – Turner Prize nomination is a deliverance from demolition
SAVE Britain’s Heritage congratulates the Turner Prize panel’s recognition that Victorian terraced streets are true works of art: this nomination of Liverpool’s Granby area for the prestigious award represents a deliverance for terraced housing in the north of England, long tainted by the shadow of demolition.
Press Release and Call To Arms: Stay Of Execution For Strand Buildings
The Secretary of State has issued Westminster Council with a holding direction that suspends planning permission. Please write to the Secretary of State to request a call in.
Press Release: Save the Strand Buildings
SAVE launches petition calling on King’s College to stop demolition of 152-158 the Strand.
Press Release: Kings College London proposes demolition of a group of distinctive historic buildings on one of London’s most famous thoroughfares: SAVE objects
SAVE is robustly objecting to a planning application from Kings College, London, to demolish four buildings on the Strand that goes to planning committee tonight in the City of Westminster (Tuesday 21st April).
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Press release: The future of England's grandest country house
A race is on to raise funds to preserve Wentworth Woodhouse, one of the grandest stately homes in Britain, by placing it in a new charitable trust which will open it to the public. So far £3.4m has been pledged towards an acquisition target of £7m. SAVE is now urgently seeking a matching sum to enable the purchase to go ahead.