Archive | February, 2014

FAME Forum 2014: Jay Carver on infrastructure archaeology

We’re delighted to announce that Jay Carver has agreed to speak at this year’s FAME Forum. Jay is Project Archaeologist for Crossrail, bronchi Director of 4AD Consultants and a CEEQUAL Assessor, and will talk on archaeological procurement and project design for infrastructure works like highways and rail projects. This year’s forum, on design and value, […]

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The future of local government archaeology services: FAME response

FAME has responded to the government’s review of the future of local government archaeology services, expressing its concern at the growing pressure on their resources, and the implications of this for archaeological practitioners and their clients, skills, the historic environment and the general public. It has suggested a model of properly-regulated and resourced HER/advisory teams, working […]

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English Heritage New Model consultation: FAME response

FAME has responded to the English Heritage New Model consultation. Though we have no objection in principle to the proposed new model, ed we have expressed our concerns about its financial viability, ailment and stressed the need for greater engagement with development-led archaeology and closer integration between national and local archaeological services. (more…)

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