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 114 publications, showing 21 - 30
Cutting the heart out of Derby
£3.00 (£2.40 Friends Price)
Despite this report arguing for the historic station as a vital part of the railway conservation area, Derby Station was demolished in 1984.
Damned Beautiful, Buildings at Risk 2005
£6.00 (£4.00 Friends Price)
* There are copies of some of our other buildings at risk publications available, please see the publications list for further details.
Demolition Permit Granted: The Hessian Courthouse, Treffurt (2017)
£5.00 (£5.00 Friends Price)
SAVE Europe's Heritage lightning report produced for the campaign to save the Hessian Courthouse, a 1520s timber framed building in the German village of Treffurt. Please click here for more information on the campaign.
Deserted Bastions: Historic Naval and military architecture
The companion book to SAVE's exhibition at the RIBA Heinz gallery 29th April-5th June1993. The publication illustrates a great range of important historic military buildings, drawing particular attention to those which are currently at risk through disuse. Published April 1993.
Nearly 50 churches closed or threatened with closure, many facing probable demolition. Published December 1983.
Don't butcher Smithfield (2004) - The Threat to Britain's Finest Group of Market Buildings
This lightning report is in reaction to the threat to demolish the General Market buildings at Smithfield, which form an intrinsic part of Sir Horace Jones's ebullient and magnificent market complex.
Drowning in VAT
Before the 1984 budget, VAT was charged on repairs, but not on new work done to existing buildings, creating an incentive to alter rather than repair. Published March 1980.
Elysian Gardens: A Strategy for their Survival
£4.00 (£3.20 Friends Price)
Published to coincide with the V&A exhibition "The Garden" in 1979, the report examines the need for protection of historic gardens, illustrating some famous gardens which have been lost and putting forward proposals for tackling the problems of maintaining great gardens. Published 1979.
Empty quarters - the listed buildings of your dreams
An illustrated catalogue of over 80 empty and decaying listed buildings that are urgently in need of new owners and new uses. Buildings include churches, mills, country houses and farm cottages. Published February 1989.
Endangered Domains: Crumbling Country Houses
£5.00 (£4.00 Friends Price)
SAVEs third report of country houses at risk, this beautifully illustrated publication documents over 60 of the nation's country houses, threatened by decay and neglect. Published August 1985.