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Buildings at Risk

The origins of The Coventry Society began with the campaign to save Kirby House in Little Park street and we continue to be committed to safeguarding Coventry's heritage. This means finding productive and sustainable uses for buildings that vacant and at risk of deterioration. We campaign and we advise and support bringing buildings back into use. 

The buildings that we currently consider are still at risk are as follows:

25 Allesley Old Road, topshops

The Old Black Horse PH (Spon End)

Canley Hall, Ivy Farm Lane


Copsewood Grange

Coventry Synagogue, Barras Lane

Draper's Hall

The Old Hall, Tamworth Road

St. Mark's Church, Swanswell

Stoke House

The Old Toy Museum (Whitefriars Gatehouse)


Whitley Pumping House

Coventry Swimming Pool

The Park Cottage, East Ave, Stoke Park. [Recently investigated by the Victorian Society, this building has been unoccupied for some years but subject to various work without consent. It was the first building in Stoke Park, built by a structural engineer with a pioneering timber frame.]

Please let us know of any other buildigns you think are at risk and we will include them here. Please send us your suggestions and let us know if you have a photo we can use.