IfA, ALGAO and CBA have recently got together to raise awareness of the issues surrounding local authority archaeological services.
At 5pm on Monday the IfA held our 2013 AGM in the Council Room at the Society of Antiquaries.
Conference organisation is really moving along fast now and we have an agreed session list for the three-day programme.
IfA has responded to the beta version of the government planning guidance pointing out omissions and areas for improvement.
Our new survey aims to help us understand how people use the journal Historic Environment, Policy and Practice.
An Event by The Archaeology Forum Monday, 7 October 2013, 2.15-5.00pm
On 6 September all members were issued with the AGM notice and notification of the election of Corporate members to the Council, Executive...
The 2013 Annual Report in now available on the website on the About IfA page.
The 2012 report on the State of the Market for Archaeological Services is now available.
The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) recently launched for testing and comment in Beta its national planning practice...