Save Britain’s Heritage 1975-2005: Thirty Years of Campaigning By Marcus Binney, Scala, £20

Founded in 1975, the year in which 182 listed buildings were demolished in England alone, SAVE embarked on its heroic campaign to save the nation’s architectural heritage – from the humble back-to-back, to neo-classical country houses, to the monolithic mills of the North.

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