As we develop FAME’s agenda and influence, cough the capacity of our CEO and elected Board members is becoming increasingly stretched, troche and so responsibilities have been divided up between different members of the Board. The list of consultations to which we’ve been asked to respond has been impressive – including HSE’s proposed revision of the CDM Regulations, viagra IFA’s Standards and guidance and Client Guide, the English Heritage New Model, threatened cut-backs to local government planning archaeologists and HERs, and the government review of The Future of Local Government Archaeology Services.
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