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The Victorian Society is the latest national body calling for Worcester City Council to reject Lowesmoor redevelopment plans. These would demolish historic buildings in a conservation area including a former music hall long associated with the male impersonating star, Vesta Tilley. The Society is in the process of submitting listing applications to help ensure their survival.
Looking for something a bit different to gift this Christmas… why not send your loved one gift membership of the Victorian Society or one of our books? They’ll discover more about historic architecture, and you’ll help us continue our vital work in protecting Victorian and Edwardian buildings. For the first time ever we are offering free access to four of our online lectures (worth £20!) as part of our Victorian Society gift membership.
The Victorian Society strongly objects to the Diocese of Hereford’s plans to demolish a historic rectory in Hereford. Not only would this see Hereford’s architectural heritage diminished but reuse of existing buildings, rather than demolition, is vital to meeting the environmental commitments of both the council and the Church of England.
Proposed high-rise development raises major concerns over the impact on Birmingham’s historic buildings.
The Leicester Group of the Victorian Society have succeeded in having the Former Hydraulic Power Station in Leicester Grade II-listed.
Our Top 10 Endangered Buildings list highlights at-risk heritage all over the country in the hope of finding new solutions. Please support our fight to protect our precious historic buildings - we're currently offering £10 off our annual membership for the first year if you pay by direct debit. Click here to read more!