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Bet the "advisors" will keep this work for themselves
Quote:yep thanks - and got more than 3grand for it

where did the eia documents end up, ADS for instance?

Quote: I can't decide whether this means that you're supporting the need for EIAs (providing that they're done by archaeologists who meet your own rigorous standards, i.e. you), or whether you're happy for this level of damage to be done without any consideration of the potential archaeological issues.
both but only for the sake of argument. I think that subsoiling should be used by developers to argue that they dont need to do any archaeology on their sites as the damage done is insignificant compared to subsidized agricultureal schemes.
Reason: your past is my past

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