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The first thing that I would say gnomeking is don’t worry about it unless you have a way to make any money out of your concerns. Do you own any of the archaeology from these sites? I suspect that those that do own the archaeology from these sites do not care and or have a financial disincentive to take them any further. They own it, not your problem.

To take cases like these further a few other things need to change before your view of what commercial archaeology is can be straightened. Privatise the museums, get rid of the archaeological officer post in the planning advice system and make all archaeological consideration pre application and in no way subject to post application conditions. Oh and stop using Council HERs hopefully they will close them down and let museums and other bodies collate information that is thoroughly irrelevant to archaeological field evaluation
.....nature was dead and the past does not exist
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RE: How can adequate development planning occur when... - by Marc Berger - 29th May 2017, 07:45 AM

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