Here's the latest news of our campaigns
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Thursday 5 May: Nominations close Friday 1 July. An updated campaigning guide accompanies this year's search to encourage people to fight for the buildings they are concerned about.
Tuesday 26 April: Three years of urgent restoration work will be carried out on the Grade I-listed Elizabeth Tower designed by architects Charles Barry and Augustus Welby Pugin. The work includes repainting stonework surrounding the clock faces in the original colours.
Friday 8 April: Developer announces plan for Cardiff's Grade II* Coal Exchange.
Wednesday 6 April: Salford Council has approved plans to demolish the Victorian Black Horse Hotel to build a 22 storey tower within Salford’s Crescent Conservation Area.
Wednesday 30 March: The decision to approve a damaging scheme for Whiteleys will leave this part of West London architecturally poorer.
Wednesday 16 March: Lord Briggs was an eminent historian of the Victorian period and will be much missed. The Society’s condolences go out to his family.
Thursday 10 March: The redevelopment of an entire block within Ealing Town Centre Conservation Area set a precedent threatening the survival of conservation areas nationwide.
Friday 19 February:
A major redevelopment of an entire block within Ealing Town Centre Conservation Area would have an ‘irrevocable and negative impact’ on central Ealing’s ‘fundamental character and appearance’ - leaving the conservation area so devalued that it loses all meaning.
Thursday 11 February: The restoration of facade of The Grand Hotel in Birmingham has won the Victorian Society’s Birmingham and the West Midlands Group’s first conservation award for work on Victorian and Edwardian buildings in the region.
Tuesday 9 February: Transport for London should carefully consider the huge loss of historic London buildings that the plan would be likely to cause.
Friday 29 January: The Victorian Society is objecting to Graftongate Properties’ plans for a double height roof extension for Grade II listed Louisa Ryland House in the centre of Birmingham
Friday 22 January: The Victorian Society is strongly objecting to plans to demolish the former Royal Mail sorting office to build the 72 storey ‘Paddington pole’. The proposals entail the complete loss of the existing handsome building and would cause ‘substantial harm’ to the setting of nearby listed buildings and the conservation area.
Sunday 3 January: Imposing buildings in Victoria, off Oxford Street and Wimbledon are among those which may be lost. The public has until Friday 8 January 2016 to examine maps of the areas under threat and respond to the consultation.
Tuesday 15 December 2015: Birmingham City Council must take fresh action against the owner of the Grade II listed Zara’s restaurant on Broad Street.
Monday 7 December 2015: The Victorian Society is objecting to Affinity Sutton Homes’ application to demolish Sutton Dwellings - a 1913 social housing scheme in Chelsea. The public can comment on the planning application before consultation closes on 11 December.
Thursday 26 November 2015: 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 2015: 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 2015: 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 2015: 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.
Wednesday 16 September 2015: Top Ten Endangered Victorian and Edwardian Buildings in England and Wales 2015 revealed