Found 103 past campaigns, showing 1 - 10
Book Launch: Revive and Survive - 2018-19 Buildings at Risk Catalogue
Join SAVE for the launch party of the latest Buildings at Risk Catalogue, Revive and Survive, on 27th June 2018.
There will be an exhibition of limited edition prints by Eveleigh Photography, which will also be available for sale.
EVENT: SAVE Walking Tour of Clerkenwell (London Festival of Architecture)
SAVE is delighted to be taking part in the 2018 London Festival of Architecture by hosting a special walking tour of Clerkenwell on 2 June. The walk will be led by historian and author Alec Forshaw and explore the evolving identity and opportunities of Clerkenwell through its historic buildings and streets.
SOLD OUT: Curator led guide of RIBA exhibition + historic building tour
SAVE Britain's Heritage invites Friends and Saviours to join us on 19th January 2018 to explore the iconic 1930s headquarters of the Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London.
SAVE Lecture: Just a certificate on the wall? UNESCO World Heritage status and the battle for the city
We were delighted that SAVE's 2017 annual lecture was given by architecture and design critic Oliver Wainwright, entitled:Just a certificate on the wall? UNESCO World Heritage status and the battle for the city
SAVE Walking Tour 20th May 2017
Join us on Saturday 20th May to discover historic Clerkenwell.
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.