Dr Mike Nevell is a landscape, buildings and industrial archaeologist with more than 28 years experience. He is co-editor of the international journal Industrial Archaeology Review, a trustee of the Council for British Archaeology, Chair of the CIfA Buildings Archaeology Group and Chair of CBA North West. He is also the author of many books on a wide variety of archaeological topics (including industrial archaeology, buildings archaeology, and the archaeology of the Manchester area), and was an occasional contributor to Channel 4 TV’s Time Team. Mike is currently Head of Archaeology at the University of Salford, where he runs the Centre for Applied Archaeology which focuses on landscape and industrial archaeology research, community engagement, and professional training and consultancy. More details about the Centre’s research, community and consultancy work can be found on the website for the School of Environment and Life Sciences, University of Salford.