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 PRESS RELEASE: Parliament roof repairs completed for £80 million are a bargain
Parliament roof repairs completed today for £80 million are a bargain compared to the reported £14 billion now quoted for Parliament’s Restoration and Renewal Programme.
Building of the Month January 2022: The Tolly Cobbold, Cliff Quay, Cliff Road, Ipswich, Suffolk
During the years in which this distinctive Ipswich brewery building has been standing empty, it has suffered fires and vandalism despite having had outline permission in the past for a mixed use development. Action now could secure its future.
LATEST EVENTS WALKING TOUR - The Eastern City of London
Starting at Liverpool Street Station and finishing at Tower Hill, former conservation principal Alec Forshaw will lead us through the eastern part of the City of London and the locations of two important recent SAVE cases at Bevis Marks and the Custom House.
Jubilee Line Extension Stations Tour - Postponed
Join SAVE and former head of design and heritage for Transport for London, Mike Ashworth for a special tour of the award-winning design and architecture of London Underground’s Jubilee Line Extension stations and SAVE’s
successful campaign in 2017 to stop the major demolition of Southwark Station.