Monday 8 June 2015 11.40pm
The "Most Endangered Buildings" campaign by The Victoria
n Society might be of interest to you and others worried about threats to historic buildings in the area. By nominating the Tin Factory it would draw attention to it, even if it is not considered an important enough building to reach the top 10 most endangered buildings. It could help get publicity if you stage a demonstration.
Here's an extract from an email a friend forwarded me recently:
Christopher Costelloe, Director of the Victorian Society, said: ĎAll over London fine examples of Victorian and Edwardian architecture face neglect, demolition or unsympethic re-development. We want the public to be our eyes and ears and nominate the Victorian and Edwardian buildings we are most at risk of losing. Whether itís a school building, an empty pub, a redundant chapel or a neglected but impressive feat of engineering, make sure you tell us about it so we can try to save them.í
To nominate a building contact the Victorian Society via email (email@example.com), tweet (@thevicsoc), Facebook (facebook.com/thevicsoc) or post (1 Priory Gardens, London W4 1TT) with brief details of the building(s) on or before Monday 1 July 2015.