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Pickles throws out Smithfield plans

Tuesday 8 July: The Victorian Society welcomes Secretary of State’s decision

Bristol’s heritage at risk as Ebenezer Chapel and Avonvale School face demolition

Tuesday 10 June: The east of Bristol is on the verge of losing two fine Victorian buildings typical of Bristol’s rich architectural heritage

Nominate your favourite most endangered buildings in England and Wales for our 2014 Top Ten

Thursday 5 June: Send us your nominations by Friday 4 July

The Victorian Society calls on Stoke to save Arts & Crafts school in Penkhull

Thursday 22 May: Penkhull Infants' School, a fine Victorian school building, is facing demolition

Buccleuch Hotel in Kettering threatened with demolition

Thursday 3 April: The Buccleuch Hotel in Kettering, a fine late Victorian building at risk of demolition

Hartlepool’s Tunstall Court threatened with complete demolition

Tuesday 25 March: Years of neglect have allowed this handsome and important building to be vandalised

Cardiff Council threatens to demolish part of Coal Exchange

Thursday 27 February: Grade II* listed landmark a symbol of Wales’s 19th Century commercial heyday needs sympathetic repair, not demolition and redevelopment

Victorian Society applies for Smithfield General Market and Fish Market to be listed

Monday 10 February: New listing application submitted for these threatened buildings

Public inquiry into proposed partial demolition of Smithfield General Market to start on Tues 11 Feb

Thursday 6 February: The Victorian Society and SAVE Britain’s Heritage defend Smithfield General Market, Annex and Red House

Fine row of Victorian houses in Whitechapel to be demolished by Tower Hamlets

Tuesday 21 January: Tower Hamlets Council has submitted plans to demolish an unusually exuberant late Victorian terrace at 3-11 Vallance Road, off Whitechapel Road.

Victorian Society & SAVE submit planning application for Smithfield General Market and Annex

Tuesday 10 December 2013: Alternative scheme involves no demolition and is viable and fundable

No justification for knocking down part of Borough High Street

Tuesday 26 November 2013: King’s College’s plans would destroy part of this important conservation area

Revealed: top ten most endangered Victorian and Edwardian buildings 2013

Thursday 17 October 2013: The Victorian Society highlights buildings at risk

Palace Theatre, Swansea

Thursday 17 October 2013: A victim of urban decay and the exuberant power of buddleia

Accrington Conservative Club, Lancashire

Thursday 17 October 2013: A magnificent building beset by neglect and vandalism

Heeley Bank School, Sheffield

Thursday 17 October 2013: Closure and vandalism hit fine Victorian school

Jumbo Water Tower, Colchester

Thursday 17 October 2013: Colchester’s skyline at risk from insensitive redevelopment

Fenton Town Hall, Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent

Thursday 17 October 2013: Public access to WWI memorial and fine vaulted chamber at risk

Haggerston Baths, Hackney, London

Thursday 17 October 2013: Neglected public baths in search of new role

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