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Book Launch: Revive and Survive - 2018-19 Buildings at Risk Catalogue
Join SAVE for the launch party of the latest Buildings at Risk Catalogue, Revive and Survive, on 27th June 2018.
There will be an exhibition of limited edition prints by Eveleigh Photography, which will also be available for sale.
EVENT: SAVE Walking Tour of Clerkenwell (London Festival of Architecture)
SAVE is delighted to be taking part in the 2018 London Festival of Architecture by hosting a special walking tour of Clerkenwell on 2 June. The walk will be led by historian and author Alec Forshaw and explore the evolving identity and opportunities of Clerkenwell through its historic buildings and streets.
SOLD OUT: Curator led guide of RIBA exhibition + historic building tour
SAVE Britain's Heritage invites Friends and Saviours to join us on 19th January 2018 to explore the iconic 1930s headquarters of the Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London.
Announcement: SAVE Christmas membership offer
Support SAVE by joining us as a Friend before 20th December 2017 and receive a £5.00 SAVE book voucher
Building of the Month November 2017: Former Temperance Hotel, Granby Street, Leicester
Is this the most at risk building in Leicester? A former Temperance Hotel in Leicester city centre from where Thomas Cook built his travel business needs someone with his vision to save it.
Building of the Month October 2017: Brynwell Farmhouse, Vale of Glamorgan
Victorian but with 14th century elements, this Grade II listed farmhouse near to Cardiff may stand on the site of a 12th century castle. It could be brought back into residential use and there is potential for the outbuildings also to be converted.
SAVE supports plans to restore Firbeck Hall, South Yorkshire
SAVE Britain’s Heritage has written in support of an application to restore Firbeck Hall, a late-sixteenth century country house near Rotherham, in South Yorkshire.
Leading architects, writers and historians back bid to save Southwark tube station - a modern ‘architectural sensation’
A group of leading historians, writers and architects is urging the Secretary of State for Culture Karen Bradley to assess the architectural quality of 11 modern Jubilee Line tube stations – all opened to critical acclaim in 1999 - including Southwark which was recently refused listing.
SAVE objects to demolition of North West House, Westminster
SAVE Britain’s Heritage has objected to proposals to demolish North West House, a handsome historic building on the Marylebone Road in Westminster.
SAVE Lecture: Just a certificate on the wall? UNESCO World Heritage status and the battle for the city
We were delighted that SAVE's 2017 annual lecture was given by architecture and design critic Oliver Wainwright, entitled:Just a certificate on the wall? UNESCO World Heritage status and the battle for the city