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: Grimsby Ice Factory among 7 most endangered heritage sites in Europe
Grimsby Ice Factory has been selected by Europa Nostra as one of the most threatened sites in Europe. SAVE Britain’s Heritage nominated the Grade II* listed Ice Factory in 2017 due to widespread local and national concerns about the derelict and deteriorating condition of this historically significant building.
Press release: SAVE Britain’s Heritage calls for public inquiry into Manchester footballers’ tower
SAVE Britain’s Heritage along with other national and local heritage organisations is calling for an independent public inquiry into the highly controversial tower proposed for Manchester’s historic core. Despite widespread concerns and objections to the 40 storey tower, the proposals were given the green light yesterday by Manchester City Council.
LATEST EVENTS EVENT: Walking Tour of Rochdale
Join SAVE and Mike Ashworth, the former London Underground's Heritage and Design Manager, for a tour of Rochdale.
EVENT: Walking Tour of Soho, London
Join SAVE and Robert Ayton, Head of Conservation at Westminster City Council, for a tour of Soho that will explore its history and the conservation pressures it faces today.