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Protection

1. See: Call protection.

2. A slang term for a credit default swap.
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The North Wales Building Preservation Trust is a charitable body created for the purpose of saving historic buildings for the public benefit, and was set up with the support of the Prince's Regeneration Trust.
Tyne & Wear Building Preservation Trust will deliver a programme of events to attract visitors to the building and will work with the pit head's new tenant, Community Arts Project North East, and Harton & Westoe Miners Banner Group on heritage outreach projects.
The Tyne Wear Building Preservation Trust worked with the Bowes Railway Trust, Gateshead Council, Historic Property Restoration of North Shields, and Newcastle archtects Mosedale Gillatt to make the project happen.
After more than a decade of lobbying and fundraising, led by the Cadwgan Building Preservation Trust (CBPT) and its devoted volunteers, the 900-year-old site has undergone a PS12m restoration project, which began in 2011.
Major clients added to the Equinox roster include the Cadwgan Building Preservation Trust, to promote the PS12m Cardigan Castle restoration project, and the Welsh Government's Parental Engagement campaign.
The PCA represents the building preservation industry, and specialises in structural maintenance, waterproofing, damp-proofing, timber preservation and invasive weed control.
The Building Preservation Notice protects the structure for six months from major alteration or demolition.
As a matter of interest, the Birmingham City Council planning website states that should a Grade A locally listed building be threatened with demolition or unsympathetic alterations it will be referred to the Secretary of State or a Building Preservation Notice can be served if the building is imminently threatened.
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.
However the big question is why the authorities did not act sooner and place a building preservation notice on the building which would have given almost immediate protection as I understand it?
The company was in business for 150 years, but the buildings have since been neglected, and Ancoats Building Preservation Trust requested the study as background for preservation efforts.
He has also been secretary of Stokesley Conservation Area Advisory Group and Building Preservation Trust.

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