Boris Set to Gut Major Spitalfields Landmark
SAVE calls for listing on 1929 Baroque Fruit and Wool Exchange built in homage to Hawksmoor
London’s Mayor should stay his hand this Wednesday, 10 October 2012, before condemning the handsome London Fruit and Wool Exchange just three weeks before the 83 anniversary of its opening on October 30, 1929. To read more please read our PDF press release. Documents (click to read/download)
LATEST CAMPAIGNS UNESCO rebukes UK government over Liverpool World Heritage Site and issues final warning
UNESCO has issued its strongest warning to date that Liverpool risks losing its coveted ‘World Heritage’ status in 2018, unless the UK Government acts now to make major corrective changes to the way it manages the city’s historic waterfront.
Georgian school hall in Ryde, Isle of Wight on market after years of neglect
Vectis Hall, which has been on our buildings at risk register for 13 years, has just come on to the market. In need of complete restoration, this would make an exceptionally interesting project and could become a really individual residence in the centre of Ryde.
Marketed through Pittis Estate Agents, with a guide price of £175,000, best offers are invited by Tuesday 18th July 2017 by 12pm. There is an open day on Saturday 24th June.
LATEST EVENTS SAVE Walking Tour, Camden Town, 5th August 2017
Join SAVE Britain's Heritage and author Tom Bolton on a walking tour of Camden Town.
Book Launch: 2017/18 Buildings at Risk Catalogue
Join us for the launch
Up My Street, the 2017/18 Buildings at Risk Catalogue