Greater London Historic Environment Research Strategy
In recent decades archaeological work has helped change our understanding of London. To continue to build on past achievements, as well as helping to understand the potential for future research, a research strategy for the historic environment of Greater London is being developed.
The GLHERS work is supported by English Heritage and is led by a project team including Roy Stephenson (Museum of London), Peter Rowsome (consultant), and David Baker and Mike Heyworth (Council for British Archaeology).
The final draft was signed-off by English Heritage in July 2011 and is now being made available for a final round of comments. This online consultation exercise will take place between the start of September and the end of November 2011. The draft is available to download here.
Comments should be sent by email to email@example.com or by post to Roy Stephenson c/o the Museum of London, 150 London Wall, London EC2Y 5HN. It is expected that the final edited version will be published Spring 2012.
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Museum of London’s ‘archaeology’ website.