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 31 - 40
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.
Estate Villages: Who Cares?
A study of Estate Villages, revealing just how rapidly their unique character is being eroded. Published February 1983.
Fate of 1.000 churches: East Anglia
About 1000 churches have been declared redundant since the Pastoral Measure of 1968. This catalogue details the fate of all those in East Anglia. Published March 1984.
From splendour to banality - rebuilding the City of London 1945-1983
A photographic survey of buildings demolished sincethe War, ranging from prestigious banking headquarters to warehouses, and showing the modern buildings that have replaced them. Published November 1983.
Gambling with History
£0.50 (£0.40 Friends Price)
Second SAVE report on buildings threatened by lack of statutory protection, with case studies of particular areas. Published April 1979.
Give these vigorous Victorian buildings a chance
Published in February 1987, on the future of these buidings between Queen Victoria Street and Poultry in the heart of the city of London, SAVE argued for the retention of the buildings on the No.1 Poultry site.
Glittering Palaces for Bureaucrats
£0.60 (£0.40 Friends Price)
A report published in Building Design 11th November 1977, arguing that the conversion of old buildings can be more economic than the construction of new offices for central and local government.
Halifax: historic buildings at risk
An illustrated catalogue of historic buildings standing empty and in need of new uses. Published April 1983.
Heaps of Delight, Buildings at Risk 2006
£8.00 (£6.00 Friends Price)
* There are copies of some of our other buildings at risk publications available, please see the publications list for further details.
Heroic Survivors - Hungarian Castles and Country Houses
£5.00 (£4.00 Friends Price)
This report is one of a series planned by SAVE Europe's Heritage looking at groups of historic houses in different countries and regions of the continent. The first In the hour of need: Twelve French chateaux and a barracks looked at a group of outstanding chateaux in France which are in dire need of new owners or new uses.
This report is based on a tour of about fifty houses in northern Hungary, both east and west of Budapest. István Varga, of the Hungarian Castle Association 17 estimates that today about 2,000 castles survive (the Hungarians use the word kastely in the same sense as chateau). About 800 of these are protected through the National Board for the Protection of Monuments.
By Marcus Binney