|Registration no.||Charity 1146589|
|Headquarters||Tower of St Anne's Church, Soho|
|Martha Lane Fox|
|Secessions||Museum of Soho|
Soho Housing Association
Soho Neighbourhood Forum
It was founded in 1970 by local residents such as Bryan Burroughs and had over 1000 members. It campaigned against the domination of the area by sex shops and was successful in gaining the status of conservation area for the district. In 1978, it supported independent candidates for Westminster City Council to challenge the Conservative party's control of the council, as they were thought to be encouraging and exploiting the sex industry.
The society is a registered charity and a recognised amenity society for the City of Westminster. In 1976, it established the Soho Housing Association to manage 400 flats for residents of the area.
- "Soho turns trendy as cleanup ousts vice and sleaze", Toronto Star: F.10, 14 May 1988
- Bill Thompson; Andy Williams (2013), "Thatcher's Sodom", The Myth of Moral Panics: Sex, Snuff, and Satan, Routledge, p. 158, ISBN 9781135083601
- The Soho Society, Charity Commission
- "Recognised Amenity Societies in Westminster" (PDF). Westminster City Council. 2018. Retrieved 10 May 2020.
- John Eade (2000), Placing London: From Imperial Capital to Global City, Berghahn Books, p. 70, ISBN 9781571818034