Conservation management plans

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Archaeology is a finite resource that needs careful management to ensure its protection. This can be done by excavation, by record, by research or by implementing an exclusion zone over a site to leave remains where they lie.
 
A conservation management plan from Wessex Archaeology will consider carefully the archaeology of a given site, vessel or building and suggest ways in which this heritage can be managed with minimal disruption and maximum effect. Bringing our experience in all aspects of marine and cultural planning and development to a conservation management plan ensures that proposed guidance is in the best interest of our shared heritage, protecting it for us and for the future.
 
Case studies
 
HMS Victory
HMS Caroline 
The Scottish Fisheries Museum