It is my understanding that the HER policies have to comply with the Environmental Information Regulations 2004, if and when applicable. Above all, they have to comply with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 which encompasses the EIR.
Dr Rebecca Casa Hatton
Heritage Access Officer (HER)
Tel. 01733 864702
(Monday-Tuesday, Thursday, 9:00-15:00)
Sent: 22 June 2009 10:41
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Subject: Environmental Information Regulations 2004
We are in discussions here about whether archaeological information (HER data) is covered by the Environmental Information Regulations 2004. Has anyone verified this, or refused the supply of information under the regulations?
Historic Environment Records Officer
Staffordshire County Council
Development Services Directorate
Tel: 01785 277281
Fax: 01785 211279
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