Cotswold Looks East: Merger With Suffolk Archaeology

Suffolk Archaeology Community Interest Company has now become part of Cotswold Archaeology. This initiative builds on the strong history of collaboration between the two companies...

CSCS cards for archaeologists – a joint statement from CIfA and...

The Chartered Institute for Archaeologists and Federation of Archaeological Managers and Employers have released a joint statement on recent work towards establishing appropriate mechanisms...
Aerial photograph of Mote of Urr. © Historic Environment Scotland.

65 years later: Mote of Urr excavation published

The results of Brian Hope-Taylor’s excavation of the Mote of Urr, undertaken 65 years ago, have now been published in GUARD Archaeology’s publications journal...

Geophysical surveys – why they are such a benefit to developers

Project flexibility as well as a reduction in development time and costs Geophysical surveys have proved invaluable to help inform the planning process and where...

Carillion sweetens Balfour Beatty takeover offer

Carillion said that it "continues to believe in the powerful strategic logic of a merger with Balfour Beatty". Balfour Beatty said it would consider the...

CSCS Card for the Archaeologist

David Mennear of These bones of mine has written a short but useful article about gaining CSCS cards for archaeology - Seek advice and...

Unionisation and the IAC Dispute

Much has been said about the need for unionisation and the current dispute with the Irish Archaeological Consultancy (IAC)  this article is a part...

Scotland’s historic environment data online

Scotland has a wide range of architectural, archaeological, industrial, maritime sites and other protected heritage. Thanks to OS mapping provided under the One Scotland...

Archaeological Specialist L7 apprenticeship consultation

As part of the government’s new ‘trailblazer’ process, a group of organisations from across the sector are working together to design new apprenticeships for...
Chairholder Professor Robin Coningham

Durham establishes its first UNESCO Chair in Archaeological Ethics and...

Through the prestigious designation, awarded by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), Durham University will seek to develop debates, policies and...