English Heritage Recommends Lancaster Call-In
SAVE welcomes the news that English Heritage has asked the Secretary of State to call in the controversial and damaging Lancaster Canal Corridor redevelopment scheme for Public Inquiry. This is the first time since 2001 English Heritage has asked the Secretary of State to formally call in an application in the North West.
For further information regarding save's Lancaster campaign see our press release (below) or click here for our photographic E-Report.
Building Design 17.10.2008 Documents (click to read/download)
LATEST CAMPAIGNS PRESS RELEASE: Leading figures urge Communities Secretary to hold inquiry into M&S demolition plans
SAVE publishes open letter to Michael Gove signed by architects, engineers, urbanists and historians.
Objections mount over proposed demolition of Islington landmark
SAVE Britain’s Heritage has objected to plans to demolish Angel Square, a post-modern office building at the gateway to Angel in north London.
LATEST EVENTS SAVE Me, I'm Yours! 2022 Launch of new Buildings at Risk and Guest Speaker
You are warmly invited to join us for our first gathering for two years to take a sneak peak at over 50 new additions to our online Buildings at Risk Register. Liz Fuller, our Buildings at Risk Officer, will preview some of the most interesting new entries and guest speaker Dr Joanne O'Hara, Programme Director - Heritage at Risk at Somerset West and Taunton Council, will talk about the challenges of buildings at risk and what can be done to bring them back into use.
EVENT: A Total Artwork: Important new perspectives on the threatened Oldham Mural
George Mayer-Marton’s ‘dazzling’ Oldham Mural is at risk – just as its significance is being better understood. Join us for this special online event organised by SAVE Britain’s Heritage and the Twentieth Century Society.