English Heritage has offered Tyne and Wear Building Preservation Trust, which owns Dunston Staithes, a grant of PS176,819 to carry out investigative works and repairs to the first six bays of the structure.
What does BPT stand for?
BPT stands for Building Preservation Trust (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
For the past 14 years the Cadwgan Building Preservation Trust has campaigned to save the site and it still needs to raise over PS150,000 by the end of 2014 to ensure the project can be completed.
The event will feature a presentation by Martin Hulse, manager of the Tyne and Wear Building Preservation Trust, who will give an update on plans to bring the Buddle back into use later this year.
A spokesman said the price rise reflected the status of the property and the accompanying 50 acres of parkland, currently owned by Manor Building Preservation Trust.
Owners Manor Building Preservation Trust are demanding pounds 2.
Discussions were held in 2008 with a Building Preservation Trust but an assessment of the work required to make the terrace safe would have cost more than half a million pounds, far beyond the estimated value of the building.
He has also been secretary of Stokesley Conservation Area Advisory Group and Building Preservation Trust.
Now Cadwgan Building Preservation Trust, which was originally established in 2001 to save two 300-year-old nearby cottages, aims to turn the castle into "a place to celebrate Welsh culture" and says it is also determined to archaeologically explore the site to establish what lies beneath a 19th century infill.