Month: September 2013

Heritage in crisis: RESCUE responds to the fifth report on local government heritage staff resources

In July 2013 a report on local government staff resources allocated to archaeology and building conservation was issued jointly by English Heritage, The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers and the Institute of Historic Building Conservation. The information summarised in the report shows clearly and unequivocally that there has been a significant decline in the …

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Dip in conservation and archaeology advisers – Rescue says….

In the past 12 months the number of archaeological specialists advising English local authorities has fallen by three per cent while the number of conservation specialists has fallen by four per cent. That is the latest assessment according to a report from English Heritage, the Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers and the Institute of …

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