TWO VICTORIES AGAINST THE SECRETARY OF STATE IN THE HIGH COURT FOR SAVE BRITAIN'S HERITAGE
SAVE Britain's Heritage has won two major high court rulings in their decade-long campaign to end housing destruction in the north of England, both of which will potentially save thousands of homes from the bulldozer and bring in a new era of neighbourhood refurbishment. To read more please read the PDF press release. Documents (click to read/download)
LATEST CAMPAIGNS Press release: Save Manchester's historic heart: join the legal challenge
Steve Speakman, chairman of Manchester Civic Society, has today launched a funding appeal for legal advice to challenge the highly controversial 40 storey tower planned for Manchester's historic core.
Building of the Month July 2018: Griffin Inn, Llyswen, Powys
The Griffin Inn, a building full of character and history, is for sale and needs new owners to bring it back to life. It stands in a village on the banks of the River Wye, north of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
LATEST EVENTS SAVE Lecture: Resurrection Architecture: the Death and Life of Palmyra
We are delighted to announce this year's lecture by historian, writer and founding member of SAVE Britain's Heritage,
Dan Cruickshank, entitled Resurrection Architecture: the Death and Life of Palmyra EVENT: SAVE Walking Tour of the Lost Walbrook River
Dr Tom Bolton is leading a SAVE walk along the route of the buried Walbrook river on Saturday 4th August.