Building on the Past: A Guide to the Archaeology and Development Process

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Building on the Past

A guide to the archaeology and development process

Greg McGill
The College of Estate Management
Reading, UK

E & FN SPON

An Imprint of Chapman & Hall

London · Glasgow · Weinheim · New York · Tokyo · Melbourne · Madras

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • English Heritage ix
  • Acknowledgements x
  • List of Acronyms xi
  • List of Figures xiii
  • List of Tables xv
  • Introduction xvii
  • Part 1 - Archaeological Considerations 1
  • 1 - The Development of Archaeological Thinking 3
  • 2 - Archaeological Investigation 11
  • 3 - Archaeological Excavation 39
  • 4 - Archaeological Contracts 59
  • Part 2 - Public Controls 81
  • 5 - The Framework of Control 83
  • 6 - Policies for Archaeology and Development 100
  • 7 - The Protection of Archaeological Sites 130
  • 8 - The Need for Planning Permission 153
  • 9 - Environmental Assessment 170
  • 10 - The Determination of Development Proposals 193
  • Part 3 - Development Considerations 221
  • 11 - The Property Development Process 223
  • 12 - Managing the Project 241
  • 13 - Design Considerations 266
  • 14 - Construction Contracts 292
  • 15 - Development Finance 312
  • 16 - Financial Appraisal 339
  • Index 361
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