Gallipoli, site Australia and New Zealand's defining moment in war, is being developed - roads must be widened, parking provided, etcetera. The Turkish government has undertaken work recently which has disturbed human remains. This is hardly surprising as the site is a battle field, and I would imagine there are many human remains hidden in the ridges.
As Gallipoli is a popular place and is growing more popular for visitors from Australia and New Zealand on every anniversary of Anzac Day (25 April 1915), the Turks have to make the site amenable to all the visitors. It is, after all, Turkey's land.
It is unfortunate that some sites have been damaged by roadworks and other activities, however, the work needs to be carried out. I hope the popularity of Gallipoli's Anzac Cove will not destroy the real feeling of awe and sadness felt by those who visit and see the impossible task given to the invaders.