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 117 publications, showing 11 - 20
Capital Allowances for the repair of empty listed buildings
A short report suggesting that a system of capital allowances could encourage schemes to reuse redundant buildings. Published February 1981.
A catalogue of listed buildings at risk in greater London which are in need of restoration. They include many Georgian terraced houses ideal for homes and offices. More obscure examples are an 18th century castle in Greenwich and a 20th century airport terminal in Croydon. Published July 1991.
Catalytic Conversion: Revive Historic Buildings to Regenerate Communities
Produced by SAVE in conjunction with the Institute of Historic Building Conservation, the Architectural Heritage Fund and the Association of Preservation Trusts, and signed by 17 other national conservation bodies. Catalytic Conversion outlines the importance of conservation to the Government policy priorities of urban regeneration, meeting future housing needs, and sustainable development. Fully illustrated, it features 15 varied case studies from all over the UK that demonstrate how reusing historic buildings has regenerated towns and cites, creating new homes and new jobs. Published November 1998.
Cherish or Perish? Buildings at Risk 2008
£10.00 (£8.00 Friends Price)
* There are copies of some of our other buildings at risk publications available, please see the publications list for further details.
Christ Church: Where time is pleasant
This report highlights the shortcomings of the Christchurch Local Plan of June 1991, which contained radical proposals for the town centre's historic conservation area. Published August 1991.
City Centre Carve Up
£2.00 (£1.60 Friends Price)
Alarmingly, in a large number of cities the clean sweep approach is making a comeback:; the report looks at Leeds, Liverpool and Newcastle. Published May 1982.
City Churches have a future
£5.00 (£4.00 Friends Price)
Last few copies available
Conservation - A Credit Account
£7.50 (£6.00 Friends Price)
The spending on historic buildings in this country is meagre compared withn the enormous economic benefits that accrue directly from preservation. Ways are suggested of encouraging conservation through tax allowances, wider grants and reduction of VAT. Published September 1988.
Conservation and jobs
SAVE's second report published in Built Environment Quarterly September 1976 p211-226
Country House: To be or not to be, The (1982)
An illustrated book providing detailed proposals for the rescue of problem country houses. Published August 1982.