Dutch Ex-Radio/TV Fort Heading for Deconstruction?

The home of Radio and TV Noordzee, built for more than $5 million in 1964, 10km off the Netherlands coast, is slated for demolition. The stations operated for just four months before changes in the territorial waters limit expanded Dutch jurisdiction to the offshore platform and led to its forced closure.
All was not lost, however: Radio-TV Noordzee helped spawn what has become one of the Netherlands’ largest public broadcast foundations. According to Radio Netherlands, there is a small chance “REM Island” could be saved:
There is a shortage of suitable sites in the Netherlands where broadcast transmitters can be installed without falling foul of planning and environmental regulations. The imminent availability of REM Island has sparked considerable interest amongst those interested in using it for broadcasting once again. The authorities have indicated that they would consider selling it to a suitable bidder.
No minimum bid price has been announced, although yearly maintenance for the structure’s estimated to cost between $600,000 and $900,000. The massive mast is already gone.