Our Profile

Archer Heritage Planning Ltd is an established archaeological and heritage consultancy providing services to local authorities, private companies, architects and engineers.

We have completed important urban archaeological excavations at John St in Kilkenny and in Cathedral Square in Waterford City. Linn Duachaill Viking site in Annagassan Co Louth was partially excavated by the company revealing a very early site established on the River Glyde at the same time nearby Dubh Linn (Dublin) was occupied by the Vikings.

Our Background

Archer Heritage Planning Ltd is a proven partnership of experienced consultants who have delivered nationwide archaeological projects at all levels over the past 15 years. Notably the M3 Motorway, the Viking Quarter in Waterford, the new Butler Gallery in Kilkenny and the discovery of the Viking site of Linn Duachaill at Annagassan.

Our Approach

We work with the design team to make sure planning conditions are complied with in the most cost-effective and environmentally sensitive way. We provide strong representation to local authorities and statutory bodies on behalf of our clients.

We are committed to maintaining Quality in what we do on site and in the office and have a comprehensive suite of Quality, Environmental, Safety and Equality policies in place which can be accessed below.

Our Commitment

To balance our focus on cost, quality and delivery with the need to protect our heritage. To our clients we promise to do the following;

  • Stick to the costs and timelines we commit to at the start of the project
  • Write clear, jargon-free reports which give clear advice on what is on your site and what to do about it
  • Deliver standard reports to you within a week of finishing on-site

Safety Statement

It is the intention of Archer Heritage Planning to comply with the requirements of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005, the Safety, Health and Welfare (Construction) Regulations 2006, the Safety, Health and Welfare (General Application) Regulations 2007 and all other legislation. All reasonable measures will be taken to minimize risks to those directly involved in our activities and also to those who may be indirectly affected by these activities.