4 edition of Archaeology and planning. found in the catalog.
At head of cover: Scottish Office Development Department.
|Statement||Scottish Office Environment Department|
|Publishers||Scottish Office Environment Department|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
|2||National planning policy guideline -- NPPG 5|
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Failure to report the finding of human remains may lead to prosecution as a serious misdemeanor Code of Iowa 523I. Considering the likely impacts at the early stages of the plan preparation process will allow authorities to take into account the implications of proposed allocations.
Archaeological artefacts should be reported for identification and assessment as possible "Treasure Trove", or as "wreck" if found under water. Planning authorities should be aware of the need to ensure that breaches of planning control do not damage or destroy archaeological remains. Gateshead Council's policies towards archaeology are based on guidance contained within the National Planning Policy Framework NPPF 2012. It should also be noted that and of the results of complex archaeological excavations can take longer than some development programmes to complete and, furthermore, government funding cutbacks Archaeology and planning.
there may be delays in museums accepting archives.
If the scheme proposes works to historic buildings or structures, the County Archaeologist may require a Building Recording to be submitted. Field evaluations of this kind help to define the character and extent of any remains that exist in the area of a proposed development, and thus indicate the strength of the case for preservation.
Archaeological field evaluation is normally a rapid operation, involving Archaeology and planning. range of techniques including ground survey, historic building assessment, walk-over survey and trial trenching, carried out by a professionally competent archaeological organisation or person.
Queries on the PAN should be addressed to Jane Smith on 0131 244 7530 or email jane. Archaeological Surveys If a more intensive archaeological survey is desired, developers may contract for such services with consultants on the archaeological contractors list available from the Community Programs Bureau, State Historical Society of Iowa, Des Moines 515-281-6412. Minerals Extraction and Archaeology: A Practice Guide 2008 prepared by the English Minerals and Historic Environment Forum, provides useful guidance on dealing with archaeological remains as part of mineral development, offering advice on approaches to preservation, excavation, reporting and analysis.
In this series of web pages we will look at the likely requirements and advice you need at each stage of the planning and development process.
If the remains appear to be ancient, contact the OSA. Developers may wish to commission their own professionally competent archaeological organisation or consultant, whose work should meet the Institute for Archaeologists IfA quality standards, to develop this aspect of their proposals. Open Health and social care submenu• If the remains appear to be recent, contact local law enforcement.
The Historical Society also can provide state and federal guidelines for archaeological surveys. The work should conform to the Standards and Guidance for Field Evaluation 2009 prepared by the Institute for Archaeologists. More information on archaeology and its interaction with the planning system can be found in the booklet 3.
Open Jobs and employment submenu• Archaeological artefacts should be reported for identification and assessment as possible "Treasure Trove", or as "wreck" if found under water.
ALGAOScotland represents most of the Local Authority and National Park archaeological services in Scotland who provide archaeological advice to planning authorities and is part of the UK-wide organisation, ALGAO: UK.
The is responsible for maintaining and enhancing the Tyne and Wear Historic Environment Record.