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 Oldest synagogue in the UK threatened by 20 storey tower on adjacent site
SAVE Britain’s Heritage has objected to plans for a 20 storey tower next to the 18
th century Bevis Marks synagogue in the City of London, which is grade I listed. We are concerned that the proposed tower would affect the immediate setting of one of England’s most important religious buildings. Building of the Month March 2019: The Old Dukes Head, Stoke Ferry, Norfolk
Having served as an inn since Georgian times in this pretty Norfolk village, the former Old Dukes Head is standing empty and though not formally on the market is still available to buy.
LATEST EVENTS SAVE walking tour of Woolwich SOLD OUT With Thomas Bender, Conservation Adviser at SAVE - Woolwich is one of southeast London’s most fascinating town centres SAVE Victorian Birmingham walking tour
With Mike Fox, Conservation Officer at London Borough of Waltham Forest and former deputy director of SAVE - Never a stranger to radically reshaping its built environment, Birmingham was extensively rebuilt during the second-half of the 19th century under the aegis of Joseph Chamberlain