It isn’t all about writing reports. At least, not always. All of our work is underpinned by high quality research, undertaken by skilled and recognised academics, which has resulted in our reports and research papers regularly appearing in journals and periodicals. Our research into the past is informing conservation issues of today - and giving heritage a better future…
When little things make a big difference...
We offer a unique service that combines teaching, training and specialist leadership.
Over twenty years experience of working with the media on heritage and planning issues.
First rate research with a proven track record of high quality publications and academic credibility.
New Perspectives on Ancient Buildings...
Twenty years experience working with ancient buildings throughout the UK allows us to offer a unique perspective on planning issues.
Putting the ‘people’ back in to the past...
Our planning and development of community archaeology projects is second to none. We have been directly responsible for a number of multi-award winning projects that have enabled countless individuals to undertake meaningful and high quality archaeology - for the benefit of all.
Expert Planning Advice in a Commercial Environment
New planning guidance called the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) was introduced in 2012, replacing the earlier guidance, and sets out the policies and principles for planning within the Historic Environment.
MJC-Associates can offer a range of services in connection with the heritage requirements of planning and development, including:
We are highly experienced in the development and implementation of community archaeology projects aimed at high levels of volunteer involvement.
Community archaeology means many different things to many different people. We believe that it is about involving people in gaining an understanding of their past. We don’t ‘allow’ people to engage in community archaeology - it’s their past already after all - we simply give them the tools, training and knowledge to let them find out for themselves. And it works too! Recent projects, including the Norfolk Medieval Graffiti Survey and Lakenheath Medieval Wall Paintings Project, have received multiple national awards - and continue to go from strength to strength.