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Useful Links

Development Management Practice Note 5 (Department for Infrastructure 2017)

Planning Policy Statement 6: Planning, Archaeology and the Built Heritage (Department of the Environment, 1999)

The Regional Development Strategy 2035 (Department for Regional Development, 2012)

The Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland (SPPS) (Department of the Environment, 2015)

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Database of Irish Excavation Reports

The Early Medieval Archaeology Project (including links to several related publications)


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