Starting at 0900 on 22nd April 2021, there will be an archaeological Ethics Workshop at the CIfA 2021 Online Conference, sponsored by the Register of Professional Archaeologists.
Landward are delighted to welcome Alia Fares to the team as our new Heritage Advisor.
Landward are delighted to be launching our new brand identity today.
Landward Research Ltd is delighted to announce that we have received funding thanks to the government’s Culture Recovery Fund so that we can continue to be here for you and Here For Culture.
Landward Research Ltd’s carbon footprint in 2020-21 was less than 2% of the previous year’s total.
A new article, published in Internet Archaeology, looks at how public benefit is delivered through working with clients as partners. Case studies – A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement, Crossrail, Bloomberg
New publication – a report by Hilary Orange, Poppy German and Doug Rocks-Macqueen on Public Engagement in Development-led Archaeology: a Survey has been published as a Landward Occasional Paper (003) and is available for free download. Download: Public Engagement in Development-led Archaeology: a Survey This report was produced following an online survey in 2013 of […]
UPDATE – the survey will now remain open until 17th January 2021. So please select the survey you are responding to: Survey for Organisations Survey for Individuals Landward Research is undertaking Profiling the Profession 2020, a survey of archaeological employment in the UK, with the support of several funders, looking to gather information from the […]
Ten years ago today, on 10/10/10, I launched Landward Research Ltd. Thanks to everyone who has helped the company grow through its first decade of profitable, carbon-neutral trading. With your support, we’ve gone from being a one-person operation to become a company that has had 15 employees in seven countries, with two subsidiary companies in […]
Almost 450 heritage organisations in England, including Landward Research Ltd, have been awarded cash from the first round of the Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage Grants of up to £1 million will deliver a lifeline for the heritage sector in England with further support to follow and larger grants for capital projects awarded through the […]