Developers are frequently faced with fulfilling the specifications for work set by County and City Council Archaeologists, including its funding. The appointment of suitably experienced archaeological consultants at an early stage of the formulation of development plans saves both time and money.

We approach archaeology in such a way as to ensure a successful planning application, avoiding it becoming unnecessarily contentious. Our consultants frequently work within multi-disciplinary development teams to put the developer in control of the archaeological programme and its budget.

  • Desk top reports
  • Heritage Statements
  • Environmental Impact Assessments
  • Mitigation Strategies
  • Written Schemes of Investigation
  • Section 106 Agreements
  • Project Management
  • Proofs of Evidence
  • Public Inquiries
  • Scheduled Monument Consents
  • Heritage Interpretation