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CIfA Client guide published
#41
keep your cloths on
look at your local pa website and see how many apps have heritage statements and then look the ones in a conservation area or within site of a designated asset
If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don't have to worry about answers
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#42
That's not much of a fig leaf. Am I looking for ones that resulted in the application being refused because I got one of those but still managed to get an evaluation in.

Not sure what I am looking at them for. Numbers of HS per application? Numbers HS with evaluation? Numbers HS without DA but with evaluation? Is it about numbers? Who got the HS? The HS that discovered something? The HS that changed the world? The HS that managed not to mention a single archaeological excavation?

Heres a conservation type site, not one of yours? http://publicaccess.e-lindsey.gov.uk/onl...APR_117351

Just where exactly would you have put the evaluation trenches? What you recon, appeal it and with waving their heritage impact assessment I bet you could fit a skyscraper in there with only a watching brief if anybody can be bothered.

Note the direct contradiction to para 141 in the officers comments?

Still not sure what I a looking for and its getting sore.
.....nature was dead and the past does not exist
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#43
Marc Berger Wrote:That's not much of a fig leaf. Am I looking for ones that resulted in the application being refused because I got one of those but still managed to get an evaluation in.

Not sure what I am looking at them for. Numbers of HS per application? Numbers HS with evaluation? Numbers HS without DA but with evaluation? Is it about numbers? Who got the HS? The HS that discovered something? The HS that changed the world? The HS that managed not to mention a single archaeological excavation?

Heres a conservation type site, not one of yours? http://publicaccess.e-lindsey.gov.uk/onl...APR_117351

Just where exactly would you have put the evaluation trenches? What you recon, appeal it and with waving their heritage impact assessment I bet you could fit a skyscraper in there with only a watching brief if anybody can be bothered.

Note the direct contradiction to para 141 in the officers comments?

Still not sure what I a looking for and its getting sore.
yep - the archies paved the way for an evaluation but were thwarted by the planners. some archies got paid - goodenough
If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don't have to worry about answers
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#44
Quote:yep - the archies paved the way for an evaluation but were thwarted by the planners. some archies got paid - goodenough

the NPPF and the beloved ifa imagine a "desk based assessment" presumably guided by the standards of the ifa paving the way for an evaluation. Are there many examples of a HS followed by a DBA leading to an E, in a conservation area or not, in the last few NPPF years?
.....nature was dead and the past does not exist
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