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: Cathedral architects unite to condemn demolition of Richmond House as “needlessly destructive”
The chair of the Cathedral Architects Association Jane Kennedy and 13 of its members have signed a letter to The Times urging parliament to consider alternatives to the “needlessly destructive” plans to demolish Richmond House for a temporary MPs chamber.
Buildings at Risk success stories
Every year we include in the Buildings at Risk Catalogue a section covering some successful restorations we have recorded during the year. Here is one example in Liverpool which appears in the 2019 catalogue we have just published: 60 Seel Street/30 Slater Street, Liverpool
LATEST EVENTS SAVE Walking Tour - City of London With Alec Forshaw the author of New City: Contemporary Architecture in the City of London and an authority and campaigner on the Smithfield area. New Event: SAVE Walking Tour of Bath - Classics, Carbuncles & Conundrums
With Timothy Cantell, a founding Trustee of SAVE Britain's Heritage.