Leicester Civic Society was delighted to be involved in this five year project to restore and regenerate the architectural heritage of Leicester’s Old Town which focussed on buildings in the Greyfriars area. You can find out more on the legacy
Have you seen the new local plan for Leicester? You can read it here. We were delighted to read this and have submitted our, generally favourable response, available to read here.
Like many other individuals and organisations, we felt it was important to add our voice to the responses to the recent Planning White Paper – “Planning for the Future”. Our planning team took the lead in compiling our response, and
Congratulations to the Leicester group of the Victorian Society on their success in achieving Grade II listed status for historic building on Samuel Street. It once supplied power to the Midland Railway goods yards and warehouses. Peter Ellis of the
Good news! Many buildings have been removed from the Leicester City Council at risk register. We applaud the council for their good work on this. The picture is of 140-142 New Walk. https://news.leicester.gov.uk/news-articles/2020/october/dozens-of-buildings-removed-from-leicesters-local-heritage-at-risk-list/