Thousands criticise plan for Oswestry’s ancient site

Campaigners against the plans around Oswestry’s Iron Age hillfort handed over a copy of the petition to Shirehall bosses on Friday. Ahead of the handover,...

Statement on Promoting a Safe Working Environment during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Archaeology Industry Working Group 4 May 2020 Statement on Promoting a Safe Working Environment on Construction Sites during the...

IfA update policy on self employed and volunteers

IfA has recently updated our Policy statements to include the use of training posts on archaeological projects. Other statements have also been amended in...

CIfA Client guide published

Have you seen the CIfA Client guide?  and have your considered making it available to clients directly? Following this guide will increase your chances of...

New research contract: Identifying Current Archaeological Reference Resources

English Heritage wishes to commission a project to identify and compile what reference resources (typologies, reference collections etc) are available and being used in...

CIfA2016 Annual conference

The CIfA are looking for exciting, innovative and engaging sessions for the 2016 CIfA conference. The conference will comprise a three-day programme, with traditional...

Reassessment of Archaeological Grey Literature – Adding colour

A Reassessment of Archaeological Grey Literature: semantics and paradoxes, Evans, T.N.L. 2015    Internet Archaeology 40. http://dx.doi.org/10.11141/ia.40.6 The article argues that the term 'grey' has become...

Archaeological impacts on road, rail, waterways and pipelines

Linear schemes which can include road and rail, waterways, pipelines and cabling, present a number of problems which other types of development do not...

Heritage sites being left at mercy of planners, archaeologists warn

Archaeologists have warned that budget cuts to the sector will leave future generations facing a lost legacy of historic heritage abandoned “to short-termism” and...

Over 2100 Archaeological Reports Online at Cotswold

Cotswolds Archaeology just added a further 500 reports to Archaeological Reports Online, it’s even easier to search for grey literature reports, journal articles and...