Archive | July, 2011

Presentations from ‘Trouble in Store’

This year’s FAME Forum ‘Trouble in Store’ addressed the critical issue of archaeological archives. Given the massive expansion in development-led archaeology in the UK, how are they are to be collected, deposited, stored and used in the future? Over a hundred delegates from FAME, SMA, ALGAO and other organisations attended the event, which was once […]

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Publication of the Southport Report: Realising the benefits of planning–led investigation in the historic environment: a framework for delivery

This week saw the launch of the eagerly-awaited report of the Southport Group, unhealthy on the public benefits of development-led investigation of the historic environment. The report, based on extensive sector consultation, outlines recommendations for change and calls for sign-up from historic environment practitioners, developers and planners. To download a copy of the report, click […]

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