Event: Buildings at Risk 2015-16 launch

Please join us for the launch of SAVE's 2015-16 Buildings at Risk catalogue - 'Falling In Love' - on Monday 22 June at the Gallery, Cowcross Street. 

After a break of two years, the 2015-16 catalogue marks the 25th anniversary of our first publication of a buildings at risk register. SAVE was the first organisation to launch this kind of register highlighting the many wonderful listed and unlisted buildings around the country, in need of new owners and new uses. 

The 2015-16 catalogue will feature 100 buildings selected from those suggested by conservation officers or brought to our attention by members of the public. Each entry aims to bring to life the individual qualities of each building, from the modest beauty of a disused coach house in Mansfield to the epic industrial splendour of an old colliery in Kent. 

In addition to the individual building entries, we have a number of more in-depth articles which focus on Stoke-on-Trent and the efforts taking place to save its unique cityscape and housing stock, the fate of Birmingham's community libraries, and a report on the extraordinary flamboyant architecture of Tbilisi in Georgia, in advance of a forthcoming SAVE Europe's Heritage report on the city.

Speeches will be made by SAVE staff, drinks and refreshments will be available, and the new catalogue will be available to buy at a discounted price. 

To preorder the catalogue see our website - 

For more details please contact Mike Fox on 
mike.fox@savebritainsheritage.org or 0207 253 350