Recent publicity relating to SAVE campaigns, publications, buildings at risk and any other matters can be found below.
Docklands and East London Advertiser - Swan Wharf, Dace Road, Old Ford
Rejection of plans to redevelop historic stable block is ‘a big step in the right direction’
Inquiry cancelled as Tracey Emin withdraws controversial demolition application
SAVE welcomes Tracey Emin's withdrawal of controversial plans to demolish and replace a landmark building in Spitalfields which stands on a prominent corner of a conservation area.
Update: St Mary’s Grimsby is saved!
SAVE is delighted that St Mary’s Grimsby is to remain open following an announcement from the Bishop of Nottingham on 17 November.
Save St Mary’s! Grimsby’s historic Catholic church under threat
St Mary’s on the Sea, Grimsby’s only listed Catholic church, is under threat following an internal review recommending its closure.
SAVE condemns imminent demolition of historic Cambridge terrace in Conservation Area
SAVE Britain’s Heritage has condemned the imminent demolition of a Victorian terrace on the edge of Cambridge’s historic core as ‘wanton and unnecessary destruction’. Nos 32-38 Station Road, commonly known as Wilton Terrace, lie in a Conservation Area in the historic city, close to the city’s railway station.
Press release: Associated British Ports bulldozes unique historic buildings on Grimsby Docks
Associated British Ports (ABP), the owners of a fine set of Victorian and Edwardian buildings on Grimsby Docks, has begun major demolition today, despite pleas from five national heritage organisations to save and re-use them.
Press release: SAVE condemns demolition of Grimsby's fishing heritage as owners ignore expert pleas to re-think plans
SAVE Britain’s Heritage has condemned plans by owners Associated British Ports to continue with the demolition of historic buildings on Grimsby docks, despite pleas from us, Historic England and other leading national heritage organisations to halt demolition.
The Sunday Times: Where bombs failed, greed threatens to ravage our cathedral cities
Charles Clover writes on the Silver Hill development threatening Winchester
Kapow! A blow to butchering developers that will resonate for years
Charles Clover's piece on Smithfield in the Sunday Times 13.07.14
Sunday Times: 'A corrupt clique of rulers keeps the north grotty to stay in power'
Charles Clover's article (22/06/14) looks at the Welsh Streets Public Inquiry.
John McAslan versus SAVE as second battle of Smithfield begins
Ahead of the public inquiry, architect John McAslan and SAVE's Marcus Binney present arguments for and against the Smithfield Market overhaul. The Architects' Journal, 24.01.14
SAVE's Director Clem Cecil interviewed for Country Life Magazine
Clem was the featured interview in the heritage issue of Country Life
Renewed hope for 59 and 61 East Street, Southend, Essex as they are saved from demolition!
A pair of late 19th-century houses in the Prittlewell Conservation Area in Southend, Essex listed on Essex County Council's Buildings at Risk Register have been saved from demolition giving renewed hope for the future of 59 and 61 East Street.
SAVE on the Alan Titchmarsh show, 9 October 2012
Watch SAVE's Deputy Director, Rhiannon Wicks, on the Alan Titchmarsh show yesterday, 9 October 2012, talking about SAVE and buildings at risk
Coverage in the Observer about Liverpool and Pathfinder Campaign
SAVE was featured in an article about Liverpool and the Pathfinder campaign on 23 September 2012 in the Observer newspaper.
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
New Buildings at Risk Catalogue - Press Reaction
Extensive nation-wide coverage of the new Buildings at Risk Catalogue, Dare to Care, has already begun.
Samara: Endangered City on the Volga
Rediscovered Utopias; Saving London's Suburbs
Silesia; Land of Dying Country Houses
All We Need is Love; Buildings at Risk 2009-10
Brighton Churches: The Need for Action Now
New publication: David Meara reviews Brighton Churches in The Times, May 29 2009
Elvian School Site, Reading
Case: SAVE's letter printed in The Times, June 01 2009