Archaeology and Heritage

Cultural Heritage Home I Planning, EIA and related consents I Heritage Surveys I Historic Building Surveys I Archaeological Investigations I Heritage Research & Management I Community Projects

Crestwood Environmental offers heritage advice for a range of projects including construction work, minerals extraction, renewable energy projects and community projects. We draw from multiple in-house disciplines to provide our clients with an integrated approach. This allows us to create sustainable proposals, tailored for each individual project.

We work collaboratively to provide this package of services. From a heritage perspective we aim to balance the needs of the conservation and mitigation of built and buried heritage with the other project constraints. This is delivered in adherence with industry standards and in compliance with the UK planning system, national and international legal frameworks and international conventions and agreements.

Client guides

Professional archaeology: a guide for clients.
This guide is for anyone who needs to meet the requirements of legislation or policy that relate to archaeology:
http://www.archaeologists.net/find/clientguide 

For the minerals sector: Historic England Guidance – Mineral Extraction and Archaeology: A Practice Guide
https://historicengland.org.uk/images-books/publications/mineral-extraction-and-archaeology/

Published articles

Minimising risk and maximising the benefit of archaeology in construction:
http://www.ciria.org/Research/Project_proposals2/Archaeology_and_development.aspx

Over 500 structures have been listed in the last year:
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/over-500-structures-have-been-listed-last-year-mary-neale

Embracing multidisciplinary working as good professional practise. 
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/embracing-multidisciplinary-working-good-professional-mary-neale

Archaeological discoveries through the planning system
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/archaeological-discoveries-through-planning-system-mary-neale?published=t

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