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Headland Archaeology is excited to announce that it has joined forces with RSK Group Ltd, the UK’s leading integrated environmental, engineering and technical services business. The acquisition was formally agreed on 8 March 2019. The acquisition comes when the archaeology and heritage sector has never been...

Headland Staff Representatives (Staff Reps) have been working with senior management for years to help facilitate and improve relations between staff and management. We thought we'd get some input from Managing Director Tim Holden and Staff Representative Josh Gaunt, to explain a bit more about...

Headland is pleased to announce the recent appointment of James McCaffery in the role of Learning & Development/Training Coordinator. As we expand we have taken this, initially part-time, position and turned it into a full time role. This a part of our plan to grow...

Since its inception in 2015 the Headland Geophysics department, based in the Headland North office in Leeds, has been on an upward trajectory and is showing no sign of slowing down as we head towards 2019. We have recently secured contracts for four major infrastructure...

Business-focused archaeology. People-focused business. That’s what Headland represents, driven by our values and delivering the best we can. In March 2018, we gained accreditation from the Living Wage Foundation by making a voluntary commitment to pay the ‘real Living Wage’. This is a higher commitment and...

by Jürgen van Wessel It’s an exciting time to be an archaeologist in the UK. A new scale of infrastructure project brings some serious challenges to our industry, not least in attracting and supporting quality staff, and managing very significant volumes of archaeological information. At Headland...