Heritage Recording Services Wales - HERITAGE & ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONTRACTOR AND CONSULTANT
 About Heritage Recording Services Wales
 
HRS Wales is an independent professional heritage and archaeological consultancy based in Mid Wales,established in 2005 by Richard Scott Jones (BA, MA, MCIfA), a Member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA), who has extensive experience in working with national heritage organisations, private developers, architects and the construction industry throughout Wales.
 
HRS Wales offers high quality heritage and archaeological recording, investigation and interpretation techniques at competitive rates, without losing focus on quality presentation and clients costs and deadlines. HRS Wales prides itself on high quality presentation and the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance and we are committed to meeting those needs.
 
HRS Wales offers competitive rates at affordable prices for heritage organisations, private companies, private developers and the construction and civil engineering industry.
 
CIfA Codes of practice
 
HRS Wales abides by the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) code of approved practice for the regulation of contractual arrangements in field archaeology (2014).
 
This Code provides guidance to archaeologists about professional conduct in situations where sponsored or commissioned archaeological work is undertaken on a contractual basis, especially as part of development controlled by the planning process. It is based on the five principles enshrined in the Institute’s Code of conduct. These principles are:
 
1. The archaeologist shall adhere to the highest standards of ethical and responsible behaviour in the conduct of archaeological affairs.
 
2. The archaeologist has a responsibility for the conservation of the archaeological heritage.
 
3. The archaeologist shall conduct his/her work in such a way that reliable information about the past may be acquired, and shall ensure that the results be properly recorded.
 
4. The archaeologist has a responsibility for making available the results of archaeological work with reasonable dispatch.
 
5. The archaeologist shall recognise the aspirations of employees, colleagues and helpers with regard to all matters relating to employment, including career development, health and safety, terms and conditions of employment and equality of opportunity.
 
HRS Wales Services
 
HRS Wales offers customers a variety of Heritage and Archaeological services to suit the customers needs. From Consultancy, Watching BriefsDesk Based Assessments, Appraisals, Standing Building Recording and Field Evaluations for residential development, through to large scale Field surveys, Topographic surveys and Environmental Impact Assessments for commercial, industrial, residential and wind farm development.
 
HRS Wales also offers Professional Photography & Graphic Design services for the Heritage Industry for education and promotion.
 
Please contact us for a free consultation and estimate.
 
 
Privacy Statement
 
HRS Wales respects your privacy and offer the utmost confidentiality, and will never sell or knowingly distribute personal information gathered through this web site to any 'third party', unless there is a legal or statutory obligation for us to do so. HRS Wales only collects personal information that is specifically and voluntarily provided by visitors, clients and customers. Any such information submitted through this web site is held in an online database outside the public area of this web site. This information is used to process orders and requests, and to assist with the day to day operation of HRS Wales, and the provision and maintenance of the services we provide. 
 
Terms and Conditions
 
HRS Wales understands that whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information available on this web site, HRS Wales, their partners and associates cannot be held responsible for any loss or injury, directly or indirectly arising from any error or omission on their part.