John Schofield has worked for English Heritage, initially as an Inspector with its Monuments Protection Programme, and more recently with the Characterisation Team. He is also Head of Military Programmes, and co-ordinates research into military and twentieth-century heritage. His most recent post is Director of Studies in Cultural Heritage Management, University of York. John Carman gained his PhD in Archaeology from Cambridge University, having researched the role of law in archaeological heritage management. In 2005 he took up his present post as University Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Heritage Valuation in the Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity at the University of Birmingham. He has lectured and published widely in the field of archaeological heritage management. Paul Belford has been a professional field archaeologist since the early 1990s, working on a wide range of projects throughout the UK and Europe. From 1995 he was based at the University of Sheffield, where he developed a research interest in historical and industrial archaeology. Since 2000 he has been the director of Ironbridge Archaeology, the contracting archaeology unit of the Ironbridge Gorge Museum.