n.a., (1999). In Brief. British Archaeology 42. Vol 42, pp. 4-4.

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Title:
In Brief
Subtitle
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Subtitle:
Field boundaries
Issue
Issue
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Issue:
British Archaeology 42
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Series:
British Archaeology
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Volume:
42
Pages
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Number of Pages:
18
Pages
Pages
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Page Start/End:
4
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Publication Type
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Publication Type:
Journal
Abstract
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Abstract:
Short item noting that the Government has signalled its support for the protection of all field boundaries in its response to a recent report by the Environment Select Committee. It recognised that traditional field boundaries are of 'historic importance' and 'contribute significantly to local distinctiveness'. At present, only hedgerows have some protection in legislation.
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Other Person/Org:
Simon Denison (Compiler)
Year of Publication
Year of Publication
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Year of Publication:
1999
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Subjects / Periods:
Subject - Auto Detected: Field Boundaries
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Source:
biab_online
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Created Date:
03 Jan 2016