Capital archaeology: strategies for sustaining the historic legacy of a world city
Describes the broad framework of the understanding of London's archaeology which guides the work of English Heritage's Greater London Advisory Service, manages the Greater London Sites and Monuments Record and offers advice on archaeological matters, especially through the planning system.
This document is no longer available from the original publisher therefore the status is unconfirmed.
Now known as Historic England, English Heritage produced a wide variety of publications with subjects ranging from repair, conservation and management of the historic environment to funding and grants.
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