CFA works closely with central and local government departments.

We foster and maintain positive working relationships with planning archaeologists across the UK, while representing your interests within the context of planning policy and legislation.

At the same time local council and government agencies have trusted us to deliver a wide range of cultural heritage projects for them, including recording and interpreting historic properties as part of refurbishments, conducting archaeological investigations in advance of schools, flood prevention scheme and roads construction, leading community archaeology initiatives and undertaking cultural resource management research that informs developments in government planning policy.

Examples of Public Sector projects:

  • Carlinwell standing stone, Angus
  • Lockerbie Academy, Dumfries and Galloway
  • Stanley Mills, Perth & Kinross
  • Dunbar Town House, East Lothian
  • Aberdeenshire and Moray HLA mapping
  • State of Scotland’s Ancient Monuments
  • Water of Leith and Braid Burn flood prevention schemes, Edinburgh
  • Post-excavation analysis of finds (e.g for Aberdeenshire Council, Cornwall County Council and Suffolk County Council)

To discuss how we can help you please contact your regional office or contact general enquiries:

enquiries@cfa-archaeology.co.uk

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