The Twentieth Century Society

100 Buildings 100 Years


Concern over the fate of Hyde Park Barracks

The Twentieth Century Society is growing increasingly concerned over the fate of Sir Basil Spence’s Hyde Park Barracks. The Society submitted a listing application for the barracks to… More…

Save Spiegelhalter’s

In the 1920s Wickham’s embarked on an ambitious plan for a new Selfridges-style department store for the East End. But they started building before they had bought all… More…

Grants available for C20th churches

In December 2014, the National Churches Trust awarded 30 churches and chapels in England, Wales and Scotland a share of grants totalling £550,000. The funding from the National Churches… More…

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About The Twentieth Century Society

The Twentieth Century Society is a membership organisation which campaigns for the conservation of the best C20th architecture. It was founded in 1976 as the Thirties Society and is now recognised by government and has a statutory role in the planning process. For more details, see our website,