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How can adequate development planning occur when...
GK - there are a lot more projects out there in the same state of limbo, I know, several of them are mine. In a number of cases the client has 'walked away' from the archaeology once their whatever has been built, and the County Mounty has done f***-all about it, leaving us dumped with the archive and no money to do anything with it. Seems to be better these days (good set of CC staff at all the local HERs currently, who actually chase stuff up), but no help with the historic backlog :-(

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RE: How can adequate development planning occur when... - by Dinosaur - 10th July 2017, 12:20 PM

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