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David Connolly contacted me about his comprehensive site which contains information about Planning and Development issues involving Archaeology. I am pleased to include brief information and a link below.
David Connolly, Director, BAJR
1st May 2004
This document is produced as a personal guide to applicants within the planning process, and to keep it simple I have only given an overview of the process. This should not be seen as a definitive document, as each case of development will be unique. The basic processes, terms and requirements will remain roughly the same though, and this will give you a good idea of what to expect AND what is been asked of you.
This document cannot be used as evidence for any legal procedures within the Archaeological Planning Process – Separate laws cover England, Ireland Scotland and Wales, and for reasons on simplicity I have not dealt with them separately and the views expressed are likewise simplified.
Please see this Guide for what it is; a short, easy to understand document that is there to help you understand what is happening –for further more specific information and advice enquirers should contact their curatorial archaeological adviser, especially as each site is different.
More information is available on the BAJR website (www.bajr.co.uk)
Planning specific information can be found in the Resources and DeveloperWeb sections at http://www.bajr.org/DeveloperWeb/Planning.htm