This sounds a cunning plan. Has anyone tested it at appeal?
Could you send an example of the wording used, we might look at copying you.
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To get over the problem of dealing with archaeology as a condition on a full
approval where evaluation has for various reasons not been possible, eg a
bus station site or where landowner has no access due to clauses in leases
etc. we also apply a foundation design condition. The foundation design
cannot be changed without prior approval of the Planning Authority and the
foundation design can only be produced once appropriate archaeological
evaluation of the site has taken place. We also use this condition in
conjunction with colleagues dealing with polluted sites, a sort of belts and
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