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Highlighting collaboration across planning, archaeology and heritage

Thursday, 28 June 2018 at 4:30PM
Eversheds, Leeds, Bridgewater Place, Leeds LS11 5DR, UK
RTPI Yorkshire

The seminar is a joint initiative between RTPI and CIfA and aims to highlight good practice examples of planners, archaeologists and other heritage professionals collaborating in order to solve problems and deliver value to clients and society.

Five speakers representing archaeologists, clients, local authorities and national heritage bodies will each speak to briefly outline their view on how archaeologists, planners and other stakeholders can collaborate more effectively using case studies to illustrate their thoughts. Where possible, the case studies will use large-scale projects in the Yorkshire region. The speaker will then come together for a panel discussion. Seminar attendees will be able to ask questions. There will be an opportunity to network after the seminar summary.

Panel members for this event include;

  • Rob Lennox, CIfA Policy Advisor
  • John Oxley, City Archaeologist, York City Council
  • Michelle Smith, Eversheds Sutherland
  • Mark Turner, Wessex Archaeology


The full programme is available here

This is a joint event in association with

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