Publications Out of Print
SAVE has been producing reports since its foundation in 1975; many of our early publications are now out of print, but please search below to see some of the campaigns and battles SAVE has fought.
We hope to be able to provide digital copies of our early out of print publications available to be downloaded from our website. We would welcome any donations aimed specifically at having our publications scanned. Alternatively if anyone would like to offer their time to scan documents on our behalf, please be in touch.
Found 110 publications, showing 1 - 10
A Sentence of Mutilation: The Effect of Listing Cutbacks
Published in February 1978 following an announcement of the slowing down of the listing programme.
All We Need is Love; Buildings at Risk 2009-2010
£15.00 (£13.00 Friends Price)
Once again our annual catalogue of buildings at risk is packed full of agonizing cases of abandonment and buildings to die for. All they need, perhaps, is love and the right owner to ensure their potential is fulfilled.
SAVE's 1994 catalogue of buildings at risk.
Mills, town houses and rural retreats all in need of new owners and restoration. Published December 1993.
Beauty or the Bulldozer
£2.00 (£1.60 Friends Price)
SAVE's proposals for the Peninsular Barracks, Winchester, drawn up by Huw Thomas, which has saved the Victorian Barracks from demolition. The site has now been bought for a housing and public spaces scheme which should become a template for other sites. A follow-up to Deserted Bastions. Published March 1994.
Beverly - future uncertain
A second look at Beverley. Published July 1982.
Beverly - will housing sprawl engulf minster?
A report critical of the housing scheme near the minster, looking at the neglect of listed buildings in the town. Published March 1981.
With the new fish market in the Isle of Dogs, the City Corporation proposed to demolish Billingsgate. SAVE was instrumental in getting the old market listed, and commissioned a scheme to show how it could be adapted to an alternative use. Published July 1980.
Blink and You'll Miss It - Northern Ireland's Heritage in Danger (2001)
SAVE's hard hitting investigation into the state of conservation in Northern Ireland is now available. The main problems facing the built environment are highlighted, including the scandalous rate of delisting, a lack of resources and an abject lack of enforcement action. Other areas covered importantly include the destruction of vernacular buildings. 30 recommendations are made with the aim of encouraging thorough reform of the Province's conservation system. Published June 2001.
Brighton Churches: The Need for Action Now
£20.00 (£18.00 Friends Price)
Central Brighton is home to a number of 19th-century churches of great size and beauty. This report by the late Thomas Cocke - with stunning new photography by Matthew Andrews - examines the superb but all too little-known interiors of these churches and warns that, with rising costs of repair and maintenance combined with declining congregations, the threat of closure looms for many.
95 pages, full colour, 100 illustrations.
Brynmawr: the future of an industrial masterpiece
SAVE lightening leaflet prepared jointly with the Thirties Society highlighting the importance of this post-war factory. The report also argues for the introduction of the "Thirty Year Rule" for listing. Published October 1986. BURNLEY:MILL TOWN IMAGE - BURDEN OR ASSET?
The first in a series of short reports on northern towns. SAVE argues that conservation of Burnley's industrial heritage could play a vital role in revitalising the town. Published December 1980.