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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
Buildings at Risk Photography Exhibition 2017 - support SAVE by purchasing a print
In conjunction with the launch of Up My Street, SAVE’s 2017-18 Buildings at Risk Catalogue, SAVE mounted an exhibition of a selection of photographs by Eveleigh Photography that have featured in SAVE reports over the last three years.
The prints are now available to purchase from www.eveleighphotography.net at £15.00 for an A3 and £25.00 for an A2 print. All proceeds will go directly to SAVE Britain's Heritage.
Building of the Month July 2017 - Tonedale Mills, Wellington, Somerset
From our newly published Buildings at Risk Catalogue, Up My Street, the vast Tonedale Mills site in Wellington, Somerset is possibly the biggest and most challenging site to be added to SAVE's register this year. See http://www.savebritainsheritage.org/publications to purchase Up My Street.
Georgian school hall in Ryde, Isle of Wight on market after years of neglect
Vectis Hall, which has been on our buildings at risk register for 13 years, has just come on to the market. In need of complete restoration, this would make an exceptionally interesting project and could become a really individual residence in the centre of Ryde.
Marketed through Pittis Estate Agents, with a guide price of £175,000, best offers are invited by Tuesday 18th July 2017 by 12pm. There is an open day on Saturday 24th June.
BUILDING OF THE MONTH - JUNE 2017
Beautiful Victorian printworks with great reuse potential
In the centre of Mansfield stands the former Plumb and Richardson printworks. Its distinctive frontage, central location and previous permission for use as a bar and restaurant points to interesting future possibilities.
Up My Street - Buildings at Risk Catalogue 2017-18
SAVE Britain’s Heritage’s latest Buildings at Risk Catalogue will be published on 28th June 2017 and features over 100 decaying buildings from across the country in need of new owners or new uses.
SAVE Walking Tour 20th May 2017
Join us on Saturday 20th May to discover historic Clerkenwell.
SAVE objects to brutal and insensitive plans for the Inner Temple Library
SAVE Britain’s Heritage has submitted major objections to proposals that would gut and drastically alter a historic library in the City of London.
March's Buildings of the Month: cottages at Lea Mills, near Matlock
This month's buildings selected from our Buildings at Risk register to be "Buildings of the Month" are three picturesque but derelict cottages in the Derwent Valley World Heritage Site. The cottages have approval for repairs and conversion to residential use which we understand is due to expire later in the year.
SAVE's Buildings at Risk register lists around 1,400 buildings from all over the country. Access to the entries is available to Friends. For details of how to become a Friend, click here or go to our "Support Us" page.
Remains of fairytale gates seek happy ending
Rackheath Hall gate piers and gates formed the impressive entrance to Rackheath Park from the Wroxham Road near Norwich. All that now remains of the elaborate gateway are the linked gate piers standing either side of an estate road. The gates are missing as are a number of other components. However, in its day, this entrance was fit for a fairytale castle. The remnants still possess a striking beauty notwithstanding their dilapidation and are Grade II listed.