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Preserving the past while planning for the future: the city of York's approach to managing the archaeological heritage
In 1991 the City of York in England adopted a policy to manage its archaeological heritage. The policy was in response to national directives that sought to locate the management of the sub-surface resource within the local planning process. This approach was pursued in order to ameliorate the costly and often controversial problems that had occurred when planning consent was given without the consideration of the archaeological potential of a site. The research examines the planning dilemma ofdoi:10.14288/1.0087200 fatcat:slxmbclnabca7b7vsu3gcj3fnm