Read about our latest Casework updates, including our objection to the demolition of an architecturally significant 1950s house in Richmond, our recent visit to the site of a large application in York, and our response to an application for a housing development in the setting of Old Oswestry Hillfort.
As part of the recent “mini-budget”, the government revealed their intention to allow local areas to host so-called “Investment Zones”. As part of this, they propose the deregulation of established planning procedures. The CBA are deeply concerned by this proposal and other proposed changes to environmental legislation – read on to find out why it is so important to maintain the link between archaeology and planning, the importance of sustainable development and how the CBA are taking action.
The adaptive reuse of Clippesby Mill into a residential dwelling has been granted permission by the Broads Authority. The CBA are really pleased that the permitted scheme will ensure a sustainable future for the site that will also maintain its heritage significance.
We had a fantastic night celebrating archaeology virtually on the 7 December, with nominations from across the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
We are also proud to announce the winners and highly commended!