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So far North East Scotland Preservation Trust has created 17 blog entries.

Significant milestone achieved on Fraserburgh hotel project

Convertion of the former John Trail Bookshop in Fraserburgh into a hotel has achieved a significant milestone in recent weeks, with the craning into position of new dormer windows on the front of building overlookind Mid Street. The windows were custom made in the workshop of the main contractor, V G Willox Ltd. The project [...]

Notice of NESPT virtual AGM 2020

The NESPT will be holding its first ever virtual annual general meeting (AGM) on Friday 20 November 2020 at 12.00 noon. It will be held by Microsoft Teams and anyone wishing to attend should email Paul Higson at info@nespt.org

Trust project shortlisted for design award

The recently completed NESPT project at 49 to 53 Bridge Street in Banff has been short-listed as a finalist in the Aberdeenshire Architectural and Landscape Design Awards (AALDA).   Run by Aberdeenshire Council's Build Heritage team, the 12th biennial awards have this year gone digital in response to COVID-19. The NESPT project has been shortlisted in [...]

Work begins on former bookshop in Fraserburgh

Work to convert the former John Trail Bookshop on Mid Street in Fraserburgh into a hotel has started today (Monday, 29 June). Work had been due to start in late March but was postponed due to the COVID-19 lockdown. The project is being led by the North East Scotland Preservation Trust (NESPT) and grant funding [...]

Trust purchases former Clydesdale Bank in Fraserburgh

The North East Scotland Preservation Trust (NESPT) is delighted to have completed the purchase of the former Clydesdale Bank at 34 Broad Street, Fraserburgh. It is a category B listed building designed by J. Russell Mackenzie in 1875 as the Town and County Bank. Since closing three years ago, the building’s condition rapidly deteriorated mainly [...]

Silversmith’s Quarters project in Banff completed

The North East Scotland Preservation Trust is delighted to have finally completed its project to create the Silversmith’s Quarters at 49 – 54 Bridge Street, Banff. The derelict, category B listed building has been completely refurbished to a high standard and converted into three small townhouses. When Government rules allow, the houses will be let [...]

Three new NESPT directors appointed

Three new directors have been appointed to the board of the North East Scotland Preservation Trust (NESPT). NESPT is a building preservation trust that exists to bring derelict, disused and redundant buildings back to life in the Aberdeenshire area and beyond.  Formed in 1985, it has played a key role in the preservation of hundreds [...]

Notice of NESPT AGM

The Annual General Meeting of the Trust will be held in the Davron Hotel, Rosehearty on Friday 1 November 2019 at 2.00pm. AGENDA Notice of Meeting Apologies Minute of Annual General Meeting held in the Albert Hall, Ballater on 1 November 2018 – to follow Chairman’s Report – to follow Nominations of Members to serve [...]

Free training course – THE USE OF LIME MORTAR IN THE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF TRADITIONALLY CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS

**This course is now fully booked.  Due to high demand, we are looking into the possibility of running another course, with updates to follow. THURSDAY 11 & FRIDAY 12 APRIL 2019 BANFF CASTLE 1000 – 1600 each day (lunch provided) This 2-day Course will be of value to those attending regardless of their level of [...]

Work begins on the buildings of 49-53 Bridge Street, Banff

Work started at the end of January on a new project for the North East Scotland Preservation Trust (NESPT) to restore a Category B listed building within the Banff Conservation Area. The buildings of 49 – 53 Bridge Street, Banff had previously been in a derelict state and on the Buildings at Risk register. As [...]