What lies beneath? – An investigation of archaeology within the planning process
Thursday February 18 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm£25
All potential development sites with a level of historic interest are likely to require at least a pre-commencement condition, requiring agreement for an archaeological watching brief as well as site monitoring as the groundworks begin, but what does this actually entail and what have we discovered in the process? We look at the interaction between archaeology and planning, and see what Indiana Jones has uncovered recently in the Highlands!
- Kirsty Cameron: Archaeologist for Highland Council
- Andrew Puls: Acting Environment Manager for Highland Council
- Norman Brockie: Conservation Planner for Highland Council
Core CPD Framework:
– Design – Heritage Conservation (Archaeology) within Planning
By attending this event you can:
- Enhance your knowledge and understanding of archaeology within the planning process;
- Appreciate archaeology as a key component of the historic environment;
- Understand the impacts archaeology can have on the development process;
- Remain up to date with the latest related developments in planning legislation and process.
Cost: £25.00 (incl. VAT) – free to RTPI Members.