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Operating from Lincolnshire and Norfolk, we provide archaeological services across the East Midlands and East Anglia The majority of our projects are commissioned on a commercial basis, to provide ...
Operating from Lincolnshire and Norfolk, we provide archaeological services across the East Midlands and East Anglia

The majority of our projects are commissioned on a commercial basis, to provide information in support of planning applications, or as measures to mitigate the impact of development upon the archaeological resource. We comply with all published guidelines and standards for archaeological work and our reports are accepted by specialist advisers to all of the planning authorities in our core areas of Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Leicestershire, Rutland, Peterborough and Northamptonshire.

We carry out desk-based assessments, heritage statements, environmental impact assessments, trial trench evaluations, surveys, excavations and historic buildings recording.

For a free written quotation for your project please use the contact details opposite. To establish the scope of work we usually require details of the precise requirements of the planning authority (often set out in a brief issued by their archaeological adviser) and the nature of the project, preferably including plans showing the main areas of potential ground disturbance.
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Tees Archaeology provides archaeological services to the people and local authorities of Hartlepool and Stockton-on-Tees and operates throughout the Tees Valley. For further technical information abo...
Tees Archaeology provides archaeological services to the people and local authorities of Hartlepool and Stockton-on-Tees and operates throughout the Tees Valley. For further technical information about our service please download our Service Plan and Background Information documents.

Tees Archaeology monitor all planning applications and other development proposals in Hartlepool and Stockton-on-Tees, and advise the local planning authority on a suitable response should a proposed development affect an archaeological site. This function is carried out in fulfillment of government policy as set out in the National Planning Policy Framework (2012).
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The Royal Archaeological Institute was founded in 1844. Its patron is Her Majesty The Queen. The Institute's interests span all aspects of the archaeological, architectural and landscape history of...
The Royal Archaeological Institute was founded in 1844. Its patron is Her Majesty The Queen.

The Institute's interests span all aspects of the archaeological, architectural and landscape history of the British Isles. Membership is open to all with an interest in these areas.

The major activities of the Institute are:

Monthly lectures - Lectures take place from October to May and are held at Burlington House, Piccadilly, London. These are given by visiting speakers on recent research, current archaeological projects and new discoveries. Lectures are filmed and available to members on our website afterwards. See our Lectures page for more details

Meetings - At least three annual meetings are held: a day trip in the autumn, a weekend visit in the spring and a week long summer meeting. Often there is also a regional conference focusing on a particular theme or period of archaeological research. See this year's Meeting Programme and Conference for more details.

Publication - The Institute publishes The Archaeological Journal, a prestigious refereed journal, Summer Meeting Reports and a Newsletter.

The award of grants - The Institute awards grants for archaeological research and excavation. For information on how to apply and to see recent grant recipients, go to our Grants page.

Providing advice and contributing to opinion forming - The Institute actively participates in areas of public concern that fall within its remit.
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As with the majority of pro-active businesses operating in the shared market of Britain and Ireland, Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd has been monitoring the on-going Brexit negotiations and has determin...
As with the majority of pro-active businesses operating in the shared market of Britain and Ireland, Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd has been monitoring the on-going Brexit negotiations and has determined that significant changes are required in order to de-risk the sustained development and growth of the company within the new emerging economic environment. We have restructured our business to create two distinct operating companies which will operate within the restructured political and economic jurisdictions which will emerge in early 2021. This strategy will protect the fantastic track record we have built in Britain and Ireland and allow us to develop and strengthen the services we offer to our clients on both sides of the Irish Sea.

Red River Archaeology Ltd, a new UK registered company commenced operations in March 2019. Where possible, existing contracts have been novated or sub-contracted from Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd to Red River Archaeology Ltd. The new company is under the directorship of Mark Collard, Dave Gilbert and Claire Shepherd and our UK based staff have moved over to the new UK company. So, business as usual with a new name and logo!

Both companies are wholly owned subsidiaries of Red River Archaeology Group Ltd which is an Irish Registered Company. Red River Archaeology Group Ltd will provide overall strategic direction and other core services to the operating companies in the UK and Ireland.
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Oxford Archaeology has a 45-year history of quality, innovation and service - As a multi-disciplinary practice, we cover all aspects of the historic environment, providing everything from archaeologic...
Oxford Archaeology has a 45-year history of quality, innovation and service - As a multi-disciplinary practice, we cover all aspects of the historic environment, providing everything from archaeological excavations and survey, landscape and buildings studies, complex geospatial data management systems to heritage consultancy services.

Most archaeological work today is carried out in advance of development. Oxford Archaeology is one of the leading service-providers in this field, with thousands of clients who recognise us as experts in excavation and heritage management. As a registered charity with a heritage and education focus, we also care about helping people to discover and enjoy their heritage. We have welcomed many thousands of visitors to our excavation sites on open days and tours, and volunteers have taken part in many of our projects.
OA and the COVID-19 Emergency

Oxford Archaeology is extremely concerned about the COVID-19 Pandemic and its potential impact on our business, our staff and the public we come into contact with. We are keen to play our part in keeping the country safe. As measures to contain the COVID-19 pandemic have escalated dramatically, we have been working tirelessly to keep abreast of Government guidance and ensure that our staff, clients, consultants, suppliers, volunteers and community contacts are kept informed of the rapidly changing situation. Click here to read more about our response and to download our Safe Working Statement.

Our vision - Our vision is to be at the forefront of advancing knowledge about the past and working in partnership with others for the public benefit. Click here to read more about our vision and strategy.
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Internet Archaeology (ISSN 1363-5387) is the premier open access archaeology journal. The journal publishes quality academic content and explores the potential of digital publication through the inclu...
Internet Archaeology (ISSN 1363-5387) is the premier open access archaeology journal. The journal publishes quality academic content and explores the potential of digital publication through the inclusion of data, video, audio, images, visualisations, animations and interactive mapping. Internet Archaeology is international in scope - a journal without borders - and all content is peer-reviewed. Internet Archaeology is hosted by the Department of Archaeology at the University of York and digitally archived by the Archaeology Data Service. Internet Archaeology has been awarded the Directory of Open Access Journals Seal in recognition of our high standards in publishing best practice, preservation and openness. Internet Archaeology was established in 1995 and has been publishing online since 1996.

The journal is hosted by the Department of Archaeology at the University of York and is produced, managed and edited by Judith Winters, who is supported by co-directors Prof. Julian Richards (York) and Dr Michael Heyworth (Council for British Archaeology). Advisory editors support the Editor. The contents of the journal are archived with the Archaeology Data Service whose remit is the long-term preservation of digital research materials.
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The IAI is the representative all-island organisation for professional archaeologists working in Ireland and Northern Ireland. The aim of the IAI, through the representation of our members, is to a...
The IAI is the representative all-island organisation for professional archaeologists working in Ireland and Northern Ireland.

The aim of the IAI, through the representation of our members, is to advance and strengthen the profession of archaeology in Ireland. Our vision is that we will have a vibrant and sustainable archaeological profession that actively contributes to the protection of our archaeological resource, which in turn contributes to the social and economic wellbeing of the entire community. To achieve our aim and vision, we are committed to a range of long term measures, including:

- The implementation of our 3-Year Plan 2015-2018
- Promotion and development of the IAI Codes of Professional Conduct
- Facilitating the Continuous Professional Development of our members
- Active engagement with all the stakeholders involved in the management and protection of our archaeological resource
- Increasing public awareness and understanding of our archaeological heritage
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We combine an in-depth understanding of archaeology with practical experience of major construction projects to keep you ahead of the game. Our proactive, friendly approach leaves no stone unturned w...
We combine an in-depth understanding of archaeology with practical experience of major construction projects to keep you ahead of the game. Our proactive, friendly approach leaves no stone unturned when it comes to accurate estimating, minimised risk and effective national resourcing.

From fast-track rail projects and wind farm construction through to housing developments and off-shore cable-laying, we deliver against your critical path and your heritage responsibilities.

We were founded in 1996 and now cover the whole of the UK from four regional offices located in Luton, Hereford, Leeds and Edinburgh. Many of our contracts are valued at £1m-£5m and we regularly act as Principal Contractor.

We are a Registered Organisation of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists. More importantly, though we study the past, we are a forward-looking and innovative business, keen to help our clients stay ahead of the game.
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GUARD Archaeology was formerly part of Glasgow University (since 1989) and started trading as an independent company on the 1st January 2011. We undertake commercial contracts, research and consultanc...
GUARD Archaeology was formerly part of Glasgow University (since 1989) and started trading as an independent company on the 1st January 2011. We undertake commercial contracts, research and consultancy in archaeology and heritage for individuals, industry and government, working throughout Scotland and across the UK and Europe. We provide a full range of archaeological services and products to the highest standards and are known for our commercial problem-solving to the benefit of our clients and the historic environment. We are a CIfA Registered Organisation.
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The EAA is a membership-based association open to all archaeologists and other related or interested individuals or bodies. The EAA currently has over 1100 members from 41 countries world-wide. The...
The EAA is a membership-based association open to all archaeologists and other related or interested individuals or bodies. The EAA currently has over 1100 members from 41 countries world-wide.

The EAA was created to promote the development of archaeological research in Europe and the exchange of archaeological information; to promote the protection, management and interpretation of the European archaeological heritage; to promote proper ethical and scientific standards for archaeological work; to promote the interests of professional archaeologists in Europe; and to promote co-operation with organisations with similar aims. In promoting its aims, the EAA publishes, together with Sage Publications Ltd., the European Journal of Archaeology (EJA) three times a year.

The Association organizes conferences and seminars and acts as an advisory body on all issues relating to the archaeology of Europe.
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Discover everything you need to know about archaeology in Britain with Current Archaeology, the UK’s favourite archaeology magazine. History Current Archaeology is the UK’s only independent consum...
Discover everything you need to know about archaeology in Britain with Current Archaeology, the UK’s favourite archaeology magazine.
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Current Archaeology is the UK’s only independent consumer magazine aimed at the archaeology enthusiast. Launched in 1967 by husband and wife team Andrew and Wendy Selkirk, it is the best-selling title in its field with over 45,000 readers who are passionate about heritage.
What’s in the magazine?

The magazine covers the archaeology of all periods – from prehistory and ancient human origins, Roman and Anglo-Saxon Britain, and the Middle Ages right through to modern times – and it bridges the gap between the amateur and the professional. We aim neither to preach, nor to give a bare recital of facts. Instead we speak to the archaeologists themselves to bring you the full story: why the excavators went there, how they made their discoveries, what they found, why it’s important, and, of course, what it all means.
Published every month, each issue includes:

Digs: We bring you reports on the latest excavations, brilliantly described and beautifully illustrated with informative photographs and stunning aerial images
Discoveries: Be the first to know about the latest archaeological discoveries, put into context
Debate: Lively opinion pieces keep you informed on all the debates currently taking place within archaeology – who’s saying what, and why it matters
News: Keep up-to-date with the latest news from excavations across the UK
Science Notes: Understand what the latest scientific techniques are, how they work, and what they can tell us about our past
Calendar: Find out what’s on and where with all the archaeological diary dates.
Books: Get discerning reviews of the latest books, and discover what’s soon to be published.
Museums: Explore behind the scenes at the latest archaeological exhibitions.

Who produces it? - Current Archaeology is produced by Current Publishing (who also produce two sister magazines, Current World Archaeology, and Military History Matters). You can find a list of our main contributors here. We are a small and enthusiastic team based in West London where we write and design the magazines, and also deal with the subscriptions and business functions of the magazines too. So if you have any query about Current Archaeology, just give us a call on 020 8819 5580 and there will be someone here to help you.
How do I get Current Archaeology?

The best way to get the magazine is by subscription – our subscribers get each issue delivered to their door, before it even goes on sale in shops, and it works out better value than buying individual issues. You can subscribe online using our secure server, you can call us on 020 8819 5580, and you can also write to us.

Current Archaeology is also stocked in WH Smith stores, and in a number of independent newsagents.
How do I find out more?

Now you know a bit about us, why not read about what we do. You can read summaries of our latest articles; see what has been in some of the previous magazines; see what our readers think about Current Archaeology; and then maybe, give us a try, and subscribe risk free!
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The Association provides a forum representing archaeologists working for local authorities and national parks throughout the UK. Its members are professional archaeologists employed by local authoriti...
The Association provides a forum representing archaeologists working for local authorities and national parks throughout the UK. Its members are professional archaeologists employed by local authorities to provide advice on archaeological conservation and management.

The range of interest of ALGAO members embraces all aspects of the historic environment including archaeology, built environment and historic landscapes. The Association, through the component national associations, and subject and (in England) regional committees, co-ordinates and presents members' views on a wide range of interests.
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For the last three centuries industry has had a major influence on the society, environment and landscape in which we live and its remains provide a link with the past that can also serve the future. ...
For the last three centuries industry has had a major influence on the society, environment and landscape in which we live and its remains provide a link with the past that can also serve the future. The AIA brings together groups and individuals with an interest and expertise in identifying, recording, preserving and presenting the remains of our industrial past.

Uniting individuals, local societies, academics and field professionals we:

- Pool knowledge and set standards for recording
- Represent industrial archaeology by membership of national and international bodies
- Support local and special interest societies
- Monitor planning applications to alter or demolish industrial sites and buildings

And through our programme of awards and grants we:

- Sponsor research and reward excellence
- Assist preservation and restoration
- Encourage research and publication
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Who We Are - Armour Heritage was founded in 2012 as a heritage and archaeology consultancy practice. Based in Somerset but operating UK-wide, we provide our clients with cost-effective, customer focu...
Who We Are - Armour Heritage was founded in 2012 as a heritage and archaeology consultancy practice. Based in Somerset but operating UK-wide, we provide our clients with cost-effective, customer focused planning solutions in any situation where archaeology or heritage related matters are an issue, from the earliest consideration of a potential site, through promotion, master planning and beyond.

We work extensively in planning for the residential & mixed-use, energy, education, infrastructure, industrial, retail, leisure & agricultural sectors, and our team will always be on hand to offer practical advice and tailored solutions.

Armour Heritage is a Registered Organisation (RO) with the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists.

Company Ethos - AH is committed to providing a professional, cost effective, fit for purpose service to our clients to ensure a reasonable and proportionate approach to archaeological assessment and mitigation. Our tailored, innovative and customer focused solutions, are designed not only to enhance and conserve our nation’s heritage, but to offer best value to our clients and stakeholders in the heritage industry alike.
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We are a hugely experienced commercial archaeology and heritage team offering a competitive, dependable and versatile service to our clients. We are pragmatic and client-centric and we work hard on be...
We are a hugely experienced commercial archaeology and heritage team offering a competitive, dependable and versatile service to our clients. We are pragmatic and client-centric and we work hard on behalf of our private, public and third sector clients to achieve their outcomes with the minimum of fuss and add value to their projects.

We have tailored our business to be flexible and adaptive so that we can complement your development schedule and fulfil your heritage needs. From fast turnaround quotes, no-nonsense project design, an impeccable safety record and rock solid delivery - on time and on budget, we have honed our skills to enable you to get on with your project.
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Archaeology South-East is part of the Centre for Applied Archaeology at the UCL Institute of Archaeology. We work across south-east England, London and internationally to bring the world-class experti...
Archaeology South-East is part of the Centre for Applied Archaeology at the UCL Institute of Archaeology. We work across south-east England, London and internationally to bring the world-class expertise of UCL to clients and communities in need of advice on heritage protection and archaeological research. We help shape the future through understanding the past.
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We are a leading educational charity working to inspire people to discover, explore, care for and enjoy Scotland’s archaeological heritage. - We co-ordinate the Scottish Archaeology Month, a bonanz...
We are a leading educational charity working to inspire people to discover, explore, care for and enjoy Scotland’s archaeological heritage.

- We co-ordinate the Scottish Archaeology Month, a bonanza of events across Scotland Standing stones
- We advocate for Scotland’s heritage as one of the few national independent charities
- We run Adopt -a – Monument to help community groups manage their heritage
- We are the lead body for Aim 4 of Scotland’s Archaeology Strategy which is all about encouraging greater engagement

We also run the amazing Heritage Hero Awards and our journal, Discovery and excavation in Scotland is the “go to” place for finding out what fieldwork has taken place in Scotland each year since. Learn more about our great work here: https://archaeologyscotland.org.uk/our-work/
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Archaeological Management Services (AMS) brings together a unique multidisciplinary team of archaeologists, project managers and historians. Founded in 2011 by Ed Danaher, AMS is divided into three se...
Archaeological Management Services (AMS) brings together a unique multidisciplinary team of archaeologists, project managers and historians. Founded in 2011 by Ed Danaher, AMS is divided into three service sections: Environmental Impact Assessment, Archaeological Contractor and Project Archaeologist. Our Irish office is based in Kilrush, Co. Clare. While our UK team is based in York.

Ireland - In Ireland, AMS is a recognised market leader in undertaking the role of Client’s Representative/Project Archaeologist to a wide range of clients, including public sector and semi-state bodies as well as private developers. AMS also provides and manages the implementation of archaeological assessments and site works on behalf of our clients across a wide range of development types. Our service offering covers all stages of a development.

Recent Projects include:

- N69 Listowel
- N5 Ballaghaderreen to Scramoge Road Project
- Kilkenny Abbey Quarter Development
- New Children’s Hospital, St James, Dublin
- Claregalway, Athlone and Cork Flood Relief Schemes

UK - AMS Consultancy undertakes EIA work in the UK for a number of major engineering consultancies on a range of developments, including Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects.

The areas of development range from coastal flood protection, energy, railways, roads to commercial property.

AMS currently provides Transport Scotland with heritage advice, with director Ed Danaher acting as Transport Scotland’s Cultural Heritage Advisor for trunk road schemes across the country.

AMS also provides geoarchaeological consulting and fieldwork on minerals and infrastructure projects. These includes those in potentially sensitive locations such as the Vale of Pickering, and on designated heritage assets.

An example of one of our recent UK projects is the Cross Tay Link Road.


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Albion Archaeology, previously known as the Bedfordshire County Archaeology Service, was established in 1972 and has been based at the historic, grade 1-listed church of St Mary's in the heart of Bedf...
Albion Archaeology, previously known as the Bedfordshire County Archaeology Service, was established in 1972 and has been based at the historic, grade 1-listed church of St Mary's in the heart of Bedford since 1991. We have been trading commercially as Albion Archaeology since 1999. One of our key aims is to provide a first class service to our clients and stakeholders through an understanding of what is important to them. Now, more than 40 years since we were founded, we remain committed to putting professionalism and our customers at the heart of everything we do.

We offer professional heritage services from pre-planning assessment through to the construction phase. Operating as an arm's-length trading unit of Central Bedfordshire Council we provide our clients with independent advice and, with a staff base of around 50, we have the capacity to take on large scale and complex projects, yet remain small enough to ensure good communication and a client-focused approach. From our Bedford base we are ideally situated to cover a wide geographical area, and carry out archaeological work across the country.

Albion Archaeology was an early member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists registration scheme and has been accredited since 1997. We are also a member of the Federation of Archaeological Managers and Employers (FAME).
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