Here's the latest news of our campaigns
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Tuesday 15 September: The Society urges Lewisham Council to redouble its efforts to find a developer able to bring the building back to life
Tuesday 15 September: The Society urges the owners, who have left the site unused for nearly twenty years, to propose a development scheme before it is too late.
Tuesday 15 September: The Society urges the owners to come forward with a development scheme before this important building is lost
Tuesday 15 September: The Society urges Kinmel's British Virgin Islands registered owner Acer Properties, which has owned the building since 2011, to come forward with firm plans for Kinmel’s future
Tuesday 15 September: Investment is desperately needed to save this important city centre building currently languishing in the hands of the Queen’s Crown Estate Solicitors
Tuesday 15 September: Brighton Council wants entire replacement of is said to be the world's longest cast iron structure. The Society urges the Council to retain as much of the original structure as possible.
Wednesday 9 September: The Victorian Royal Vauxhall Tavern is the first ever UK building to be listed because of its significance to LGBTQ history and heritage
Tuesday 8 September: Ancoats Dispensary Trust take possession of Manchester's Ancoats Dispensary.
Friday 21 August: We are urging Sheffield City Council to re-instate its Crimean War Memorial as part of a £480 million redevelopment and have started an online petition to enable the public to show their support.
Wednesday 12 August: Disappointment over Liverpool Council’s decision to approve controversial plans to demolish historic Lime Street buildings including the locally listed 1912 Futurist cinema.
Tuesday 28 July: A campaigner has launched a fresh legal challenge to Waverley Borough Council’s decision to approve controversial plans to turn Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s former home,‘Undershaw’, into a special school.
Thursday 23 July: Victorian country house, Dalton Grange, which was set to be demolished under plans submitted to the Council, has now received Grade II-listing following an application supported by the Victorian Society.
Tuesday 14 July: We urge the Council to reject the developer’s subsequent application for retrospective planning permission.
Tuesday 23 June: The tragic fire at William Burges’ All Saint’s Church in Fleet, Hampshire, should not be the end for the town’s best building.
Friday 19 June: We welcome King’s College London’s withdrawal of its plan to demolish its historic Strand buildings.
Thursday 18 June: The Victorian Society has welcomed today’s report on the different options for the restoration of the Palace of Westminster.
Wednesday 10 June: We welcome reports that Greg Clark has taken the unusual step of ‘calling-in’ King’s College London’s plan to demolish its historic Strand buildings. The scheme will now be assessed at a public inquiry.
Tuesday 26 May: Nominate buildings for our Top Ten most endangered Victorian and Edwardian buildings in England and Wales by Wednesday 1 July.
Friday 22 May: The Victorian Society and Leeds Civic Trust have joined forces to try and save the exceptional interiors of the Grade II*-listed Spenfield House.
Friday 22 May: The Victorian Society has welcomed the news that Haggerston Baths have been put up for sale after years of inaction by Hackney Council.