The Victorian Society is the champion for Victorian and Edwardian buildings in England and Wales. We were founded in 1958 to campaign for the preservation of important buildings dating from 1837-1914. As a statutory consultee on applications for listed buildings consent we offer advice to councils and churches on the preservation of important buildings. We run campaigns to save threatened buildings and publish a journal which contributes to the academic literature on the work of our period. The Society also runs an extensive events programme.
Care and repair of Victorian and Edwardian buildings (secular)
Care and repair of Victorian and Edwardian buildings (religious)
Listed building applications for demolition, alteration or addition where the building or affected part of the building dates from 1837-1914
Training & education
The Victorian Society is not a grant-making body.