January 2010 news
Thursday 28 January 2010: Valuable fittings were stolen from this house in Warwickshire, Katie Gunning looks into why the owner believes his application for Listed Building Consent was to blame.
Wednesday 27 January 2010: Two applications to demolish Victorian buildings inside Conservation Areas have been granted approval, now there are fears that a nineteenth century Baptist Church could face the same fate.
Thursday 21 January 2010: The Victorian Society is urging planning officials in Northamptonshire to refuse permission to demolish Northampton House, a substantial and attractive Edwardian office building.
Monday 11 January 2010: England’s oldest listed public swimming pool in which it is still possible to swim is at risk of closure under plans proposed by Stoke-on-Trent Council.
Thursday 7 January 2010: Plans to build a new stadium for Tottenham Hotspur Football club come at too high a price for the historic area of Haringey, according to the Victorian Society.
Monday 4 January 2010: Two nineteenth century school buildings have been earmarked for demolition as part of plans to rebuild eight secondary schools in Islington.