HERITAGE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND THE CONSTRUCTION ENVIRONMENT
Elize Becker
Hatch Goba Consulting

 

Abstract
A significant number of contract heritage projects have been completed as part of a variety of environmental impact assessments. In most cases these heritage impact assessments were included in a basic environmental assessment or attached as an individual specialist study. The mitigations and recommendations made were presented to the department of environmental affairs and then in most cases no further references were made to the conditions requested by the archaeologist. When construction commences in a year or more since the record of decision was issued, the requirements were mostly forgotten. In some cases depending on the situation, the heritage management plan will be completed and combined with an environmental management plan. Who is the responsible person for ensuring that these management conditions are executed and adhered to?
Presentation Topic
HERITAGE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND THE CONSTRUCTION ENVIRONMENT
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