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Friday, Work Streams and the CIfA

Well, it’s Friday and the sun is shining and things are going well here at Armour Heritage – we may even allow ourselves an early weekend after lunch…

Our heritage consultancy work in the renewables and green energy sector continues to grow, with a recent notable increase in enquiries and projects related to new housing and Listed Building consents, trends which we hope will continue into the future.

Away from our project work and lead by AH Director Sue Farr, is our drive toward Registered Organisation status with the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists. Whilst initially the paperwork seemed a little daunting, Sue has embraced it and our application is well on track. We feel that RO status is important, both as a ‘kite mark’ of quality within the heritage industry, and its focusing of our skills in potentially new directions, such as graduate training or community based schemes.

Time, as always, is against us of course, with deadlines constantly rearing their heads and deflecting us from tasks such as the CIfA RO forms. But, with a fair wind and brute determination, I hope we will be able to submit by the end of next month.


Time Marches On...

...and with it Armour Heritage continues to add new clients and projects to our growing portfolio. Latest additions include Cultural Heritage Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) work in Cornwall and Wiltshire, archaeological and heritage consultancy in Hampshire, Devon, Cornwall and Mid & South Wales, renewable energy projects in Devon, Cornwall and South Wales and further work in partnership with other archaeological organisations.

If your development requires archaeology, built or cultural heritage input, please contact AH. We aim to respond to all enquiries within 24 hours.

Posted on May 14, 2013 .