Victorian and Edwardian buildings are irreplaceable, cherished, diverse, beautiful, familiar and part of our everyday life. The Victorian Society is the champion for these buildings. Read about what we do.
Thursday 26 November: The Victorian Society and the Pugin Society are asking Hastings Borough Council to take action to prevent further damage to a Grade II* listed chapel designed by Edward Pugin .
Thursday 19 November: Give a gift that lasts longer than a year – membership of the Victorian Society. Memberships bought now last until the end of February 2017!
Wednesday 11 November: The University of Reading should mark Remembrance Day by abandoning plans to demolish a hall of residence which housed Royal Air Corps cadets during the First World War.
Thursday 22 October: Hull should abandon its plan for a footbridge and take the radical step of reuniting its centre with the Humber by burying a section of the A63.
Tuesday 15 September: Top Ten Most Endangered Victorian and Edwardian Buildings in England and Wales 2015 revealed
Tuesday 15 September: The Society urges the Council to work with the pier’s owner and the Birnbeck Regeneration Trust to quickly establish a planning brief for development before it is too late
Tuesday 15 September: The Society urges the Church to redouble its efforts to find someone willing to take on the building rather than closing it and leaving it empty indefinitely
Tuesday 15 September: The Society urges the owners of the Grade I-listed building seek inspiration from the way former naval buildings are re-used at Chatham Dockyard to find a future use the building
Tuesday 15 September: The Society urges the Hall’s owner to take action to ensure the building survives
Tuesday 15 September: The Society urges Lewisham Council to redouble its efforts to find a developer able to bring the building back to life