Archaeological Consultancy

By: Access Archaeology  05/06/2012
Keywords: archaeology, Archaeological, Archaeologist

Developers are frequently faced with fulfilling the specifications for work set by County and City Council Archaeologists, including its funding. The appointment of suitably experienced archaeological consultant at an early stage of the development plans can save both time and money. Access Archaeology can arrange the required works and reports, necessary to fulfil the requirements of a planning application. Potential advice and services include: Advice on archaeology and the planning process Pre-purchase assessments Liaison with government agencies and local planning authorities Witness statements for Public Enquiries Mitigation advice Designing and managing archaeological projects Contributions to Environmental Statements

Keywords: Archaeological, Archaeologist, archaeology

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