Delivered by Landward Research, funded by The Crown Estate via the Offshore Wind Evidence and Change Programme and Historic England, and supported by Wessex Archaeology and a steering group of consultants and academic researchers, the North Sea Prehistory and Management Framework is all set to be a valuable resource.
The growth in offshore wind means more areas of the seabed are being explored to support development. This improves our understanding of the landscape which was inhabited thousands of years ago in the area we now know as the North Sea, long before it flooded.
By pulling pre-existing research about the North Sea’s English sector into one place, the newly updated framework has helped inform a set of questions and areas that will guide the future direction of academic and development-led work.
You can sign up to the webinars which will be on Microsoft Teams via the links below:
1000-1100, Friday 10th March 2023 Webinar supporting public and academic stakeholders’ use of the NSPRMF
1400-1500, Friday 10th March 2023 Webinar supporting seabed managers, developers, consultants and archaeological contractors’ use of the NSPRMF