San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The planning system is principally about securing high quality new development. An important by-product, however, are the archaeological excavations and building recording exercises which are often secured by condition. Over the years, the results of these have added very significantly to our understanding of the development of London and its buildings; the developments themselves have also been both influenced and improved by the discoveries. This joint seminar will discuss how this new information should be best stored, accessed and used.
Speakers include: Robert Hradsky (ABA), Paul Drury (Drury McPherson Partnership), Stuart Cakebread (Historic England-GLAAS), Charlotte Matthews (pre Construct Archaeology) and Andrew Saint.
TRAIN STATIONS: Farringdon (Circle, Metropolitan and Ham & City underground and National Rail)
CPD certificates will be available for attendees
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Chartered Institute for Archaeologists
CIfA is the leading professional body representing archaeologists working in the UK and overseas. We promote high professional standards and strong ethics in archaeological practice, to maximise the benefits that archaeologists bring to society. We are the authoritative and effective voice for archaeologists, bringing recognition and respect to our profession