What do you mean by GIS strategy? I'm guessing you mean guidance on how to polygonise sites?
I have memories of starting to draft something like that when I was at NYCC, but don't have a copy
From memory though, I vaguely recall that there were already some standards/guidance around this which might help. I am sure Historic Scotland has produced a report on polygonising stuff, though can't recall what it was called. There is also information on this at IFP http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/ifp/Wiki.jsp?page=SectionC.11 There might even be some things in MIDAS Heritage - but you would have to check.
Hope that helps
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Hi all, we are wanting to make a start on the creation of a GIS Strategy for our HER and was just wondering if anyone else has undergone this process, and if so if anyone has any advice/useful links/examples they are aware of please?
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