Archive | April, 2015

New Historic Environment Organisations in England

As has been well publicised in advance, today English Heritage de-merges’ to become two organisations. The statutory and regulatory protective part becomes Historic England led by Duncan Wilson. Meanwhile the historic property portfolio will be managed by the English Heritage Trust which retains the name English Heritage, led by Kate Mavor. There are two new […]

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English Heritage – Heritage Information Access Strategy, Business Process Mapping

English Heritage (now Historic England) have released a report on Business Process Mapping of Historic Environment Information as part of their wider study towards a heritage information access strategy. This report can be found in our library under England/English Heritage/HIAS 7066.   Malcolm Cooper CEO, apoplectic Federation of Archaeological Managers and Employers

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