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.
Click here to watch the news piece.
To read more about this ruling and the other recent SAVE victory in the High Courts (6 September) about a Welsh Presbyterian Church in Bootle, Merseyside and the need for an Environmental Impact Assessment please read the PDF press release below.
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LATEST CAMPAIGNS Give these buildings a chance: SAVE issues open plea to Council to delay demolition of Bognor Regis seaside heritage
SAVE Britain's Heritage has issued a direct appeal to the chief executive of Arun District Council to halt the imminent demolition of two historic seaside buildings in a conservation area. Arun District Council issued a demolition order on 15 January 2019 on the grounds that the buildings are at risk of being occupied by squatters, and therefore on health and safety grounds must be demolished.
Press release: Royal seaside resort uses loophole to demolish its own historic buildings
Two of Bognor Regis’s few remaining historic buildings are under imminent threat from demolition. Despite being in a conservation area, the Council has issued a demolition order ignoring legally binding heritage protection rules.
LATEST EVENTS SAVE walking tour of Woolwich With Thomas Bender, Conservation Adviser at SAVE - Woolwich is one of southeast London’s most fascinating town centres SAVE Victorian Birmingham walking tour
With Mike Fox, Conservation Officer at London Borough of Waltham Forest and former deputy director of SAVE - Never a stranger to radically reshaping its built environment, Birmingham was extensively rebuilt during the second-half of the 19th century under the aegis of Joseph Chamberlain