The Archaeology Forum


Forum response to the DCMS consultation World Heritage for the Nation: identifying, protecting and promoting our world heritage (23 February 2009).

The Archaeology Forum submission to the Sustainability Committee relating to the Inquiry into the Marine Bill (29 January 2009).

The Archaeology Forum statement on heritage protection reform following the Queen's Speech (3 December 2008).

The Archaeology Forum response to BERR consultation Towards a nuclear national policy statement: strategic siting assessment process and siting criteria for new nuclear power stations in the UK (11 November 2008).

The Archaeology Forum has published its latest advocacy document: Archaeology enriches us all.

Forum members

The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers UK

The Council for British Archaeology

The Federation of Archaeological Managers and Employers

Institute of Conservation

The Institute for Archaeologists

The National Trust

The National Trust for Scotland

Rescue: the British Archaeological Trust

The Society of Antiquaries of London

The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

The Society of Museum Archaeologists

The following organisations keep in touch with the Forum as observers:

Heritage Link

The Institute of Historic Building Conservation


Forum contact points

Correspondence address:

c/o Institute for Archaeologists
University of Reading
SHES, Whiteknights
PO Box 227
Reading RG6 6AB
Tel 0118 931 6446
Fax 0118 931 6448

Forum secretary:

Dr Gill Chitty
Council for British Archaeology
St Mary's House
66 Bootham
York YO30 7BZ
Tel 01904 671417
Fax 01904 671384