Barry Cunliffe, Trevor Rowley, and Tom Hassall — the first director — wrote an Antiquity article together at the very beginning, saying why the unit was set up and what its aims were. We urgently need to grasp that nettle.
What does archaeology mean to you personally? He continues to write on economic and social history since the eighteenth century. Charles was appointed as an Historic England Commissioner in You first got involved as a student volunteer.
Isles of Scilly, Cornwall, Devon, Dorset. He is currently Treasurer of the British Academy. It is a very personal thing. Taylor and Francis Longley, P. Michael Morrison Michael Morrison has been a partner at architects Purcell since the s.
A Practical Implementation of the Dublin Core. I think it holds some exciting challenges!
Her research interests are in participatory sustainability evaluation and the study of decision making and planning processes.
We are closer to that ideal of seeing day-to-day life in the past, rather than just exceptional events. Another big challenge is that so much data has been accumulated.
Unpublished report to English Heritage Perrin, K. But, even more, I love those moments of discovery and feeling that you are out there, making a difference to our understanding of the past.
A European Perspective, Lock, G. Welsh Assembly Government Planning: He is also author of over scientific papers or articles related to the sustainable use of soil in the context of urban and conventional forestry. His thesis considered the bioavailability of organic contaminants in soil, implications for contaminated land remediation.
One opportunity I am excited about is working much more with the academic community. It made it almost unrecognisable. Richard Upton Richard was the founder of the specialist regeneration property developer, Cathedral Group and was previously a co-founding director of Mount Anvil.
Unusually, the unit was independent from the beginning. I am optimistic for the future, but I think you have to be in this job. Now things are changing again, because the planning framework is changing.
He has research interests in the impacts of brownfield land regeneration to soft-end uses, site investigation and restoration protocol, the development of best practice guidance and, systemically, the sustainability of regenerated greenspaces. Are there opportunities for students and community groups to dig with OA today?
He has extensive experience in the field of complex regeneration projects through the UK.Oxford Archaeology, one of the oldest archaeological units in the UK, celebrates its 40th birthday this autumn.
made important contributions to research, and been assiduous in publishing our results. Because we espoused the whole PPG 16 ethos [Planning Policy Guidance 16] very early on, we were able to take advantage of our experience and.
Bibliography#. Aberg, F.A. and Leech, R.C.H. National Archaeological Records for England. Past, Present and Future. In Larson, C. (Ed) Sites and Monuments.
BUSINESS CASE for the purchase of exeGesis HBSMR [Historic Buildings Sites and Monuments Record] software to XXXX Historic Environment Record (HER) online via the Heritage Gateway. Land management From: Rural Payments Agency, Forestry Commission + 4 more Planning Inspectorate, Health and Safety Executive, guidance for commons registration authorities and applicants.
Baggott and L. Levy and S. Office of the Deputy Prime Minister. 3 Heritage Lottery Fund Public Park Initiative: Ten-Year Management and Maintenance Plan Guidelines.
5 Planning Policy Guidance Note Open Space. Statements, Briefings and Consultation Responses s submission to the Department for Communities and Local Government consultation on the beta format of the National Planning Practice Guidance web resource (October ) The Heritage Alliance’s response to the Department for Business.Download