Here's the latest news of our campaigns
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Tuesday 13 September: Wakefield Grammar School Foundation which owns buildings around Clayton Hospital urged to withdraw planning application for total demolition of the hospital and to reuse fine hospital building
Tuesday 13 September: Former home of pioneering Victorian explorer Gertrude Bell at risk after developer's plans for housing stall
Tuesday 13 September: The Society hopes Cardiff Council will work with the owner to develop plans for reusing the Cardiff’s Grade II*-listed old Bute Road Station which was instrumental in the development of modern Cardiff.
Monday 12 September: The Victorian Society recognises that the region has endangered buildings, but considers that they often have specific reasons why they have not been saved.
Thursday 18 August: The Victorian Society is objecting to plans for the Grade I-listed Royal Exchange to insert a new mezzanine directly onto the face of murals which depict scenes from London's history.
Thursday 11 August: The Society is urging people to object to the Still and Star's demolition.
Thursday 14 July: Cardiff Council has approved the conversion of the Cardiff Coal Exchange into a hotel. The Society had objected due to the lack of detail in the application.
Tuesday 5 July: The Society believes that such a ‘short-sighted’ move damages Hull’s long term future and is reminiscent of planning mistakes of the mid-20th century.
Wednesday 29 June: The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government should ‘call-in’ the demolition of a chunk of a Soho conservation area which includes the former Foyles building.
Thursday 9 June: A new full structural survey from a conservation accredited structural engineer still required.
Wednesday 8 June: The Victorian Society has asked the Mayor of London to 'call in' the decision to demolish the former Foyles building on London's Charing Cross Road.
Wednesday 25 May: The Victorian Society took the unusual step of requesting a call in as it considered Ealing Council’s approval of the plans could set a precedent which would threaten conservation areas nationwide
Monday 23 May: The Society’s condolences go out to her family.
Monday 23 May: The Morton Partnership, which specialises in works to historic buildings, state that the restoration work is ‘comparatively simple’ with the costs quoted for repairs much higher than should be expected.
Friday 20 May: Sign the petition to get North East Lincolnshire Council to designate a new conservation area to prevent the demolition of internationally important buildings in what was once the largest fishing port in the world.
Tuesday 17 May: Hortons’ Estate presented with inaugural Conservation Award for its work restoring the façade of the Grade II*-listed Grand, on Birmingham’s Colmore Row.
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.