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Should an archaeologist recommend a development in the planning application comments
I would say that it is a tricky question but what it relates to is are the curators archaeological conditions also in effect a recommendation for a development?, presumably they are put forward pre decision. The situation is also pre any evaluation more desk based situation. I would be interested if anybody has been asked to recommend mostly because the public comments seem to be categorised as objections/in favour suggesting that this carries some weight. Perversely it seems to me that it might be a way of declaring that my opinion may be biased for the development because I am being paid by them.
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