Archaeological Heritage Management and the Post-Valetta Scenario in the Netherlands

Laia Colomer
2012 Heritage & Society  
Reverse Archaeology propones archaeological knowledge as a source of inspiration for spatial planning design, aiming to give a practical output to research paid by developers when an area is affected by archaeological resources not suitable for in situ preservation and public enhance. The response shows that it provides a tool for implementing Dutch Belvedere programme but does not actually give a comprehensive answer to the full management of archaeological heritage, as is stated by the
more » ... tated by the authors. Nevertheless, some positive points asserted by Reverse Archaeology, such as decision-making process and stakeholder participation, are both critique commented and encouraged for further work moving the discussion from spatial planning utilizing the past, to a more general remark on the need of applying valued-based heritage management methods to the European post-Valetta scenario.
doi:10.1179/hso.2012.5.1.125 fatcat:5wc7ikahwnhslmrxdtufvbnipe