Watch SAVE Director, Clem Cecil, on BBC North West in Liverpool, talking about recent High Court ruling on transitional funds
Watch SAVE Director, Clem Cecil, on BBC North West in Liverpool on 20 September talking about the recent High Court ruling (18 September) on Pathfinder transitional funds.
Click here to watch the news piece.
To read more about this ruling and the other recent SAVE victory in the High Courts (6 September) about a Welsh Presbyterian Church in Bootle, Merseyside and the need for an Environmental Impact Assessment please read the PDF press release below.
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LATEST CAMPAIGNS PRESS RELEASE: SAVE condemns plans to demolish historic building as 'state sponsored vandalism'
SAVE Britain's Heritage has condemned plans to demolish a historic building on Whitehall as "state sponsored vandalism of the first order". Richmond House, the former department of health HQ in central London is set to be flattened, apart from the front facade, to make way for a temporary House of Commons under plans unveiled today by the Restoration and Renewal Programme. The temporary chamber would be used for just 7-8 years while the neighbouring Palace of Westminster is refurbished.
Lord Nelson rescued! Plans to demolish historic pub in North Somerset refused
SAVE Britain’s Heritage is delighted to report that the Lord Nelson public house in Cleeve has been saved. On 9th May, North Somerset Council refused plans to demolish the Lord Nelson, a 1930s public house located halfway between Bristol and Weston-super-Mare.
LATEST EVENTS SAVE tour of Shrewsbury - From Mill to Manor A two part tour of Shrewsbury with a visit to Ditherington Flax Mill and Pitchford Estate, with Harriet Devlin, Trustee of SAVE. From Smithfield to Liverpool Street: a walk along the edge of the City
London Festival of Architecture and SAVE invite you to a walking tour along the edge of the city with Alec Foreshaw, former conservation and planning officer with the London Borough of Islington.