September 2011 news
Wednesday 28 September 2011: Plans to build a four-storey school building in the grounds of a Grade I listed church in Stockport have been strongly criticised by the Victorian Society.
Thursday 15 September 2011: Plans to demolish three historic buildings in Ashford to make way for a new college campus will harm the whole town, according to the Victorian Society.
Wednesday 14 September 2011: A proposal to demolish the former Ancoats Dispensary in east Manchester goes against Government policy and should be refused, according to the Victorian Society.
Thursday 8 September 2011: That’s the plea from the Victorian Society, which is strongly criticising plans to demolish the former South Eastern Railway offices on Tooley Street in south London.
Wednesday 7 September 2011: Plans to place a restaurant, offices and four homes inside Colchester’s historic water tower have been criticised by the Victorian Society.