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2008, COWRIE, Guidance for the assessment of cumulative impacts on the historic environment from offshore renewable energy

2008, COWRIE, Guidance for the assessment of cumulative impacts on the historic environment from offshore renewable energy

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Oxford Archaeology, supported by George
  Lambrick Archaeology and Heritage
  Consultancy, was commissioned by COWRIE
  Ltd to produce guidance on the assessment of
  cumulative impacts on the historic environment
  arising from offshore renewable energy projects.
  The guidance applies to all areas which are
  likely to be affected by an offshore energy
  development, thus covering onshore as well as
  the coastal and marine environments. The
  marine environment affected by offshore energy
  schemes comprises UK territorial waters and
  the Renewable Energy Zones, which have been
identified beyond that limit. The guidance is intended to assist developers of
offshore renewable energy installations,
environmental consultants from all disciplines,
historic environment contractors, industry
regulators and other authorities, including
historic environment curators at national and
local level, and the public.

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2007, COWRIE, Guidance for Assessment of Cumulative Impact on the Historic Environment from Offshore Renewable Energy, 3rd Draft

2008, COWRIE, Guidance for Assessment of Cumulative Impact on the Historic Environment from Offshore Renewable Energy, Final Report