DEEPSAL, a project run by the Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL), will carried out research for over a year in two locations in southern Jordan with outstanding Neolithic archaeology to understand how these sites contribute to the economic, social and cultural life of local communities, and how this might be improved to benefit people and sites.  The research will feed into long-term development projects, including a Neolithic Heritage Trail, to bring sustainable economic opportunities to local people. SPI is partnering with the CBRL, contributing expertise in Jordan’s heritage tourism, data collection in local communities, and in how to develop sustainable economic opportunities. The summary report of the research findings is now available on the CBRL website.