Policy DP11 Archaeological Sites and Monuments
Development that would adversely affect important archaeological sites or monuments will not be approved. Development that may affect a known or possible archaeological site will require the results of an archaeological evaluation to be submitted as part of the planning application.
Development that affects a site where there is evidence that archaeological remains may exist will only be permitted if:
a) Any archaeological remains are preserved in situ; or
b) Where in situ preservation is not required, or appropriate satisfactory provision is in place for archaeological investigation, recording and reporting to take place before, or where necessary during development. Where archaeological investigation, recording and reporting has taken place