Here's the latest news of our campaigns
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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.
Thursday 21 May: King’s College London has stated that it has ‘recognised the groundswell of opinion’ over its planned demolition of its historic Strand buildings.
Monday 18 May: The Victorian Society is urging Rossendale Council not to demolish Rawtenstall’s former town hall.
Tuesday 14 April: A letter clarifying our position on the removal of the font from St Peter’s church in Shipton Bellinger has been published in The Telegraph.
Tuesday 14 April: The Society argues that the ‘damaging’ plan will lead to a ‘blander’ London without creating enough space to provide a long-term solution to the College’s desire to expand.
Friday 10 April: The Victorian Society has written to those standing for election as St Austell and Newquay’s next MP asking them to sign its petition calling on Cornwall Council to save the Old Rectory, St Columb Major.
Thursday 2 April: Conwy Council plans to demolish the majority of the listed Colwyn Bay pier.
Wednesday 1 April: The Victorian Society welcomes the news that work can start on the grade II-listed Ancoats Dispensary after £28,000 was given by a mystery donor.
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.