The Society for the Preservation of Historic Buildings

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The Society for the Preservation of Historic Buildings of the United Kingdom was founded initially as a pressure group to counter the demolition of historic buildings and it resolved later to acquire historically significant properties in order to maintain and protect them itself.[1]

In a 2007 merger, the goodwill of the Society was acquired by a registered not-for-profit organisation, Ruins on the Roam Limited, which adopted the Society's name and assets, with the intention to continue its work.[2]

The Society is noted in an architectural journal of 1969.[3] The Society was dissolved in 2011 after folding due to the dwindling of financial support during the most recent global recession.[4]

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  1. ^ Organization homepage
  2. ^ "Organization news web page". Retrieved 2007-11-14. 
  3. ^ Craik, K. H. 1969. The Architectural Student in Architectural Society, Journal of Architectural Education, Vol. 23, No. 3 (May, 1969), pp. 24-29
  4. ^ "Companies House's records". Retrieved 2012-08-23. 

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