Taylor & Francis
This comprehensive guide provides planners, developers, architects and archaeologists with an analysis of the conflicts between the archaeological development and planning processes. It takes a pragmatic approach to the effects of archaeology on development, enabling practitioners to reach practical solutions where archaeological considerations are taken into account in the development process.
'This is a large work (nearly 400 pages) crammed with useful information.' - Property Management
Introduction. Part One: Archaeological considerations. Part Two: Public controls. Part 3: Development Considerations. Index.