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Under PPG 16 'Archaeology and Planning', published in November 1990, archaeological remains were brought into the planning system for the first time and must now be taken into account from the beginning of the development control process. This work methodically describes the legal protection applicable to each type of archaeological site and the place of archaeology in each part of the planning system.