Thursday 16 July 2020

UK Planning Legislation Reforms and Archaeology

In the UK, the CIfA has just published a new webpage which aims to provide information on the CIfA's current planning reform campaign and supplies information to help citizens write to their MP: Good luck with that.
While there are no detailed proposals at present, CIfA is concerned that archaeological investigation could be adversely impacted by new approaches set out in the planning policy paper, which has been trailed as a ‘comprehensive’ and ‘radical’ package of reforms of England’s seven decade old planning process. In the worst case scenario, this could look like a system of permissive deregulation that does not allow for archaeological assessment or evaluation before conditions, if any, are imposed.

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