Archaeological Priority Area
High Speed Rail (Crewe – Manchester) Environmental Statement, Glossary, abbreviations and references, published by the Department for Transport in 2022, defines Archaeological Priority Area as: ‘An area specified by a local planning authority to help protect archaeological remains that might be affected by development.’
- Archaeological interest.
- Archaeological officer.
- Archaeological priority area.
- Archaeology and construction.
- Archaeology: a handbook.
- Building archaeology and conservation.
- Building archaeology.
- Buried remains.
- Designated areas.
- Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.
- Surface remains.
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