June 2008 news
Wednesday 25 June 2008: Plans to demolish nearly all of a Victorian hospital complex in Barnet, North London have been slammed by the Victorian Society, the national charity campaigning for the Victorian and Edwardian historic environment.
Tuesday 17 June 2008: News that a Victorian workshop in the Shoreditch High Street Conservation Area may soon be boarded up and left to rot has been met with alarm by the Victorian Society, which fears that the move could lead to the building's demolition.
Monday 16 June 2008: News that a listed church on Blatchington Road has been approved for closure has led heritage campaigners to redouble calls for Chichester Diocese to explore new uses for the building and abandon plans to knock it down.
Wednesday 11 June 2008: Local residents running a petition against the demolition of a Victorian pool in Lewisham have once again been backed by the Victorian Society, the national charity campaigning for the Victorian and Edwardian historic environment.