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Building of the Month June 2018: Cattistock Lodge, Dorset
Taken from the cover of our forthcoming Buildings at Risk Catalogue, Revive and Survive, Cattistock Lodge has a beautiful and mysterious appearance. It is a house that has clearly been in decline for a while and stands in grounds containing other buildings.
SAVE urges Waltham Forest to stop imminent demolition of two remaining Edwardian buildings at Selwyn Primary school in Highams Park
SAVE feels very strongly about the loss of these handsome Edwardian buildings. Even at this late stage, we support the efforts of local people to save the remaining delightful buildings from the bulldozer.
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.
Star actress backs listing of the historic Empire cinema, Haymarket
The award winning film, television and theatre actress, Gillian Anderson OBE has written to Historic England backing our listing application for the Empire, Haymarket, and made a plea for the preservation of the interiors of this 1927 cinema.
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.
Building of the Month April 2018: 11 Eldon Street, Tuxford, Nottinghamshire
Standing in the centre of Tuxford, an old coaching stop on the Great North Road in Nottinghamshire, this modest but historic building needs definitive action to make it safe and bring it back into use.
Press release: Listed buildings under threat in Wales - heritage groups urge rethink of planning law reform
In a letter printed in The Times today, nine national heritage organisations including SAVE Britain’s Heritage are calling on the Welsh Law Commission and the Welsh Assembly to reject proposed changes to legislation that would abolish listed building consent and merge it with planning permission.
Building of the Month: Cliftonville Lido and Clifton Baths in Margate need their own invigorating treatmentThe once majestic Cliftonville Lido in Margate sits atop the listed remnants of the Clifton Baths which date from the 1820s. Building on the existing heritage-led regeneration of Margate, a comprehensive plan is needed to bring it back to life.
Building of the Month January 2018: Hexham Workhouse needs to be put to work again
Hexham Workhouse has been on our register since 2006, the year after it was acquired by a developer with plans to convert to care home use. Apart from a withdrawn application to demolish some of the buildings on site in 2010, no specific proposals have yet been made as to its new use. With no plans ever forthcoming, a local group has proposed an alternative affordable housing scheme.
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.