Llanidloes-based Archaeology Wales has been featured in The Parliamentary Review as an example of best practice in the heritage sector.

The company, which also has offices in Caerphilly, Swansea, Conwy and Manchester, was established 10 years ago and offers consultancy, assessments, surveys, fieldwork and programmes of community engagement.

It has a sister firm called Archaeology England and employs 45 people.

Managing director Mark Houliston said: “We are delighted to have been recognised in this year’s Parliamentary Review. Being selected for inclusion as an example of best practice in the heritage sector is testimony to the hard work and dedication of the team. I hope our story is widely read.”

The September release of The Parliamentary Review highlights the best practice of organisations across the private and public sectors. The document shares some of the most exciting and forward-thinking work that has occurred in the country over the last year, and is edited by former Minister David Curry.

The article for Archaeology Wales can by read on The Parliamentary Review website.