Here's the latest news of our campaigns
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Friday 27 March: The Homes and Community Agency has demolished an EW Godwin Building in Britsol
Friday 27 March: A Grade II-listed ‘porter’s rest’ has disappeared from the streets of London’s busy west end.
Friday 27 March: Multinational company, Syngenta, has submitted plans to demolish a Victorian country house, Dalton Grange.
Friday 27 March:
The Victorian Society has welcomed, in principle, the Museum of London’s ambition to move into Smithfield General Market by 2021.
Wednesday 18 March: The Victorian Society is calling on the Mayor of Bristol, George Ferguson, to step in to save the former Avon Ambulance Service headquarters in the Old Market Bristol was designed by the eminent Bristol architect, E W Godwin.
Thursday 12 March: The Victorian Society has today launched a petition urging Cornwall Council to ensure that this irreplaceable Cornish architectural gem is saved.
Wednesday 4 March: The Victorian Society argues that the issues should be coolly considered after the next election.
Wednesday 4 March: The Victorian Society has warned that the demolition of the former school of the internationally famous artist David Hockney illustrates a wider trend of demolition of Victorian and Edwardian school buildings across the country.
Friday 20 February: The Victorian Society stresses that any revised designs should seriously address the concerns raised by objectors and not just tinker at the edges of the existing design.
Thursday 12 February: The award is intended to draw attention to the high quality conservation work done by architects and other groups across the region.
Monday 9 February: Simply text VICT00 followed by either £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10 to 70070.
Thursday 5 February: The Victorian Society has expressed its disappointment over Waverley Borough Council’s decision to approve controversial plans to turn Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s former home,‘Undershaw’, into a special school
Wednesday 4 February:
Tune in to Inside Out London on BBC One at 7.30pm on 9th February 2015 to hear our Director, Christopher Costelloe, discussing the Euston Arch.
Tuesday 3 February: The Victorian Society is continuing to strongly oppose plans to turn Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s former home,‘Undershaw’, into a special school – despite some modifications to the plans.
Wednesday 28 January: A Church of England court has clarified that old church fonts do not need to be buried when they are replaced.
Tuesday 13 January: The Victorian Society is urging the public to sign a petition asking Tower Hamlets Council to locally list Spiegelhalter's in Whitechapel.
Thursday 8 January: Emergency repair work is expected to begin on Swansea’s historic Palace Theatre which was included in our Top Ten Most Endangered Buildings 2013.
Wednesday 7 January:
The Victorian Society has welcomed the news that repair work will begin on Cowes' historic hammerhead crane.
Monday 15 December 2014: The applications would cause substantial harm to the setting of designated heritage assets, including listed buildings and conservation areas. Furthermore, the design of the tall buildings is not of a quality commensurate with the great prominence they would have on London's skyline.
Sunday 14 December 2014: The Victorian Society, English Heritage and other heritage groups have voiced their objections to the latest plans to turn Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s former home in Surrey, ‘Undershaw’, into a special school