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See below for a list of ALGAO events over the coming 30 days.
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ALGAO:England

ALGAO UK AGM

ALGAO:UK FULL ASSOCIATION MEETING

 

Meeting Rooms 1 & 2, Canada Waters, London

Draft National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) for England - Consultation out now

Revised version of the NPPF is now out for consultation, please see the link below for further details. The consultation window is until 10th May 2018.

The draft revised National Planning Policy Framework incorporates policy proposals previously consulted on in the Housing White Paper and the Planning for the right homes in the right places consultation - the government responses to these are available at the respective consultation pages.

ALGAO UK Training Day: Managing Major Infrastructure Projects

We are currently arranging a training day for all ALGAO UK members on the 1st February 2018, to be held in York.

The theme of the day will be sharing the experience of working on major infrastructure projects 

Talks will include 

ALGAO UK Training Day: Managing Major Infrastructure Projects

We are currently arranging a training day for all ALGAO UK members on the 1st February 2018, to be held in York.

The theme of the day will be sharing the experience of working on major infrastructure projects 

Talks will include 

ALGAO:England

Chair. Quinton Carroll, Cambridgeshire County Council
Vice-Chair. Fiona MacDonald, Berkshire Archaeology
Executive Committee. Anna Stocks, Warwickshire County Council; Norman Redhead, Greater Manchester Archaeological Advisory Service; Lis Dyson, Kent County Council; Ursilla Spence, Nottinghamshire County Council; Adrian Gascoyne, Essex County Council; Chris Jones, Northumbria National Park Authority; Toby Catchpole, Gloucestershire County Council

The Historic Environment and Site Allocations in Local Plans: Draft Advice Note

ALGAO: England and CIfA has recently submitted a joint response (see link below) to the Historic England consultation on The Historic Environment and Site Allocations in Local Plans: Draft Advice Note.

DCLG consultation on building more homes on brownfield land

ALGAO: England together with CIfA, have responded to the recent DCLG consultation on building more homes on brownfield land. While supporting the aim to build more homes on suitable brownfield land, CIfA and ALGAO: England pointed out that, by definition, previously-developed land has the potential to be of archaeological interest and any initiative to promote brownfield development must contain adequate safeguards to ensure that the significance of heritage assets is properly addressed and that such assets are adequately managed and protected.

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