For most projects, the final heritage planning obligation for our clients is to make the results available to the general public. For smaller projects this means a grey-literature report, depositing the site records in the appropriate archive and delivering the finds to the local museum. Sometimes, though, the archaeology found is important enough to merit publishing more detailed reports in academic journals and monographs. For high-profile sites, popular booklets for schools and other community groups and site information boards are often requested. Whilst meeting planning obligations, these can also help clients highlight their role in community engagement and social responsibility.