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  • Week One at Sant’ Omobono

    Week One at Sant’ Omobono

    MOLA team
    10.06.2013

    Alison Telfer has arrived at Sant’ Omobono in the heart of Rome. She reveals what she has been up to in week one…

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  • MOLA meets Knole Curator, Emma Slocombe

    MOLA meets Knole Curator, Emma Slocombe

    MOLA team
    07.06.2013

    David Sorapure visits the outstanding National Trust property, Knole, set in an atmospheric medieval deer park just outside Sevenoaks, to meet Curator, Emma Slocombe.

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  • MOLA geomatics team coonducting a measured survey of Knole House

    Knole: a measured survey for the National Trust

    MOLA team
    05.06.2013

    As part of the National Trust’s project to conserve and restore Knole in Kent, MOLA’s Geomatics team has been undertaking a measured survey of the showrooms and several new spaces.

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  • Jay Carver, courtesy of Crossrail

    MOLA meets Crossrail's Lead Archaeologist Jay Carver

    MOLA team
    05.03.2013

    This week MOLA met with Crossrail’s Lead Archaeologist, Jay Carver, who oversees all archaeological work on Crossrail sites, of which there are more than forty locations requiring some form of archaeological work.

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  • An interview with Adrian Penfold

    MOLA team
    03.10.2012

    The Penfold Review of non-planning consents (July 2010) focused on the many and overlapping regulatory frameworks, and quickly identified heritage, transport and environmental permitting as key issues. Today, the implementation of the Penfold Review (BIS 2011) is at the heart of reform and integration.

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