Local authority archaeology services in England are delivered via a variety of mechanisms and structures that have evolved according to local circumstances.
In order to assist local authorities in supporting services that are effective for their own unique needs, ALGAO: England commissioned Landward Research to develop an understanding of how these structures have evolved and what contributes to their success or failure.
Landward is delighted to be involved in the publication of the FAME / ALGAO Development-led Archaeology in Scotland and Covid-19. This publication has brought together contributors from across Scotland, involved in both the commercial and curatorial sides of development-led archaeology to show the sector’s resilience in the face of the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. […]
from https://www.algao.org.uk/news/algao-las-covid-19-impact-survey-algaocymru-perspective-results The ALGAO COVID-19 Impact study was published earlier this week with the support of ALGAO:Cymru. Of the respondents to the UK-wide survey, over 98 percent of local authorities continued to provide a level of planning function despite the lockdown. Whilst some aspects of local authority archaeological work in Wales was impacted by the […]
Landward Research has undertaken a rapid survey of ALGAO members to find out how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected the work of archaeological advisors to local government across the UK. The overwhelming majority of ALGAO members have been able to continue to deliver services as they were able to do before the onset of the […]