No. 50 November 2015 The Future of Victorian Town halls
Gaving Stamp, author of a new book on George Gilbert Scott, looks back at buildings by Scott that have vanished.
Despite some worrying conservation cases, Victorian Town halls in the North are enjoying a renaissance, writes Michael Hall.
Joe O'Donnell unveils the Victorian buildings most at risk across the country, as highlighted in the Society's latest campaign.
Moses Jenkins answers questions about the repair of Victorian decorative plasterwork.
A survey of recent cases tackled by the society, from a threat to Liverpool's Lime Street to a proposal to demolish one of London's earliest cinemas.
See which books are reviewed in this edition of the Victorian.