Planning Advice Note PAN 42: Archaeology - - the Planning Process and Scheduled Monument Procedures
|Description||Advice on the handling of archaeological matters within the planning process.|
|ISBN||0 7480 0833 0|
|Official Print Publication Date|
|Website Publication Date||January 31, 1994|
Planning Advice Note
- the Planning Process and
Scheduled Monument Procedures
© Crown copyright 1994
ISBN 0 7480 0833 0
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