Boris Set to Gut Major Spitalfields Landmark
SAVE calls for listing on 1929 Baroque Fruit and Wool Exchange built in homage to Hawksmoor
London’s Mayor should stay his hand this Wednesday, 10 October 2012, before condemning the handsome London Fruit and Wool Exchange just three weeks before the 83 anniversary of its opening on October 30, 1929. To read more please read our PDF press release. Documents (click to read/download)
LATEST CAMPAIGNS SAVE gives evidence against 20-storey Norwich Tower
SAVE Britain’s Heritage has given evidence against the
proposed for the medieval heart of Norwich during the opening week of a public inquiry examining the future of Anglia Square in the northern city centre. 20-storey tower block Building of the Month February 2020: Heybridge Basin Congregational Church, Maldon, Essex
A weather-boarded chapel, originally built for the community and later gifted to the local church, this unique and lovely building is reaching crisis point and needs action now to save it.
LATEST EVENTS SAVE Walking Tour of Newcastle
Walking tour of Newcastle with Michael Short, academic and practitioner at the Bartlett School of Planning at University College London.
SAVE Jubilee Line Extension Stations
Tour of the Jubilee Line Extension stations, back by popular demand, with Mike Ashworth former head of heritage at Transport for London.