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2016

July 2016... Derbyshire Archaeological Journal

The Derbyshire Archaeological Society was founded in 1878 to encourage interest in the County's archaeology and natural history. The Society was initially called the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society but the natural history side was dropped in 1961. The Society first published its Journal in 1879 and it has been published every year since. Each volume of the journal contains a collection of edited papers on various topics relating to both the history and the archaeology of the area.

July 2016... Peak District National Park Historic Landscape Characterisation (HLC)

The Historic Landscape Characterisation of the Peak District National Park was commissioned by English Heritage and carried out in the late 1990s, with mapping by Gill Stroud under the direction of John Barnatt for the Peak District National Park Authority. The aim was to map the whole of the National Park, distinguishing different types of landscape character and their time depth, in order to facilitate the understanding and management of the cultural heritage of the Park.

July 2016... Five sites in the environs of the medieval burgh of Aberdeen

The medieval burgh of Aberdeen has produced well-preserved deeply stratified archaeological remains and five further excavations are discussed in the following paper. These include a medieval undercroft at the Aberdeen Academy site, a medieval pit at the rear of 2 Harriet Street/46-52 Schoolhill found during the building of a lift for The Robert Gordon University in their loading bay, the medieval Blackfriars during car park resurfacing at Robert Gordon's College and the ditch of the 'Cumberland Fort' uncovered during an extension to the library also of Robert Gordon's College, and trenches at Mealmarket Street.

July 2016... Old Pike House, Eckington, Worcestershire (OASIS ID: headland3-212378)

Headland Archaeology (UK) Ltd conducted an archaeological evaluation at the Old Pike House, Eckington as part of a programme of work carried out as part of a condition placed on outline planning consent for the development of the site for a detached three bedroom residential property. Trial trenching revealed clear archaeological evidence for settlement activity dating to the Roman period, comprising four linear features including a large ditch that contained significant amounts of pottery dated to the mid- 1st to 4th centuries AD.

July 2016... Copcut Lane, Droitwich, Worcestershire: Archaeological Evaluation (OASIS ID: headland3-166474)

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Headland Archaeology in October 2013 on land adjacent to Copcut Lane, Droitwich, Worcestershire. A total of 92 trenches were excavated in four areas (E-H). Evidence for Romano-British and medieval activity was identified within the central part of the site (Area G). Undated features were identified in the west of the site (Area H). The evaluation identified that large parts of the site had been quarried (Area F) and the potential for survival of archaeological remains was therefore low. No archaeologically significant finds or features were identified within the eastern part of the site (Area E).

July 2016... British Institute in Eastern Africa Image Archive

The British Institute in Eastern Africa promotes research into the archaeology, history, linguistics, and anthropology of eastern Africa, broadly defined. It is based in Nairobi where it maintains a library and research facilities. The Institute undertakes and supports research in countries throughout the region, from Zimbabwe to the Sudan. It is supported by the British Academy, and is governed by a Council, elected by its members, which is based in London.

July 2016... Old Stone Farm Solar Park, Blackawton, South Hams, Devon (OASIS ID: archaeol11-213410)

A geophysical (magnetometer) survey covering 11.9 hectares was carried out to the east of Blackawton to inform planning proposals for a solar park development at Old Stone Farm, Devon. The majority of the anomalies are indicative of recent agricultural practice, although two anomalies are consistent with landscaping features from the 18th-century Old Stone Park.

July 2016... Bommerton Farm, Molland, Devon: Watching brief (OASIS ID: cotswold2-254153)

An archaeological watching brief was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology during groundworks associated with the development of a solar farm at Bommerton Farm, Molland, Devon. Features were identified in the central part of the site, and comprised four ditches and two postholes.

July 2016... Society of Antiquaries Scotland books and monographs

The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland have scanned the Society's out-of-print monographs and books and made them available via the ADS.

June 2016... Winham Farm, Cullumpton: updated

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in May 2014 at Winham Farm, Cullompton, Devon. Evidence was found for early prehistoric activity in the form of two ring ditches and a ditch in the central part of the area of archaeological sensitivity.

June 2016... Shepherd's Lane, Teignmouth, Devon (OASIS ID: cotswold2-211730): updated

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in November 2012 at Shepherds Lane, Teignmouth, Devon. Evidence was found for prehistoric activity on the site in the form of a Neolithic or Bronze Age pit and a ditch dating to the Middle Bronze Age.

June 2016... Shepherd's Farm, Clyst St. Mary, Devon, Evaluation: updated

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in April 2014 at Shepherd’s Farm, Clyst St Mary, Devon. A north/south aligned ditch, containing pottery of 3rd to 4th century AD date and possibly representing a former field boundary, was encountered within the northern part of the site.

June 2016... Rydon Farm, Ogwell, Devon, Evaluation: updated

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in February and March 2013 at Old Park Farm, Pinhoe, Devon. Evidence was found for prehistoric activity or occupation, in the form of three intercutting ring ditches, within the westernmost part of the site.

June 2016... Old Park Farm, Pinhoe, Devon (OASIS ID: cotswold2-169814): updated

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in December 2013 at Rydon Farm, Ogwell, Devon. Archaeologically significant features encountered comprised ditches and pits dated to the prehistoric and post-medieval periods.

June 2016... Land at Sentry's Farm, Exminster, Devon: Archaeological Evaluation: updated

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in November 2013 on Land at Sentry's Farm, Exminster, Devon. The evaluation has identified a small number of archaeological features within the proposed development area. These features were confined to the three westernmost trenches.

June 2016... Land at Knightacott Cross, Bratton Fleming, Devon: updated

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in April 2015 on land at Knightacott Cross, Bratton Fleming, Devon. Undated gullies were identified in four trenches and a quarry pit was identified in a fifth. A possible, undated hearth was also identified.

June 2016... Land at Elm Grove Road, Dawlish, Devon (OASIS ID: cotswold2-133318): updated

A programme of archaeological works was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in March and July 2012 at land at Elm Grove Road, Dawlish, Devon. Four undated ditches corresponding with linear geophysical anomalies were also identified.

June 2016... Land at Dunkeswell Airfield, Dunkeswell, Devon: Archaeological Strip, Map and Sample Excavation: updated

An archaeological strip, map and sample excavation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in July 2014 at Land at Dunkeswell Airfield, Devon, whereby Areas 1, 2, 3 and 4 were machine excavated. The strip, map and sample excavation identified an extensive series of sixteen pits and a ditch.

June 2016... Land West of Combe Hayes, Sidmouth: updated

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in July 2013 at land west of Combe Hayes, Sidmouth, Devon. Eight trenches were excavated. A large shallow feature, probably representing a naturally infilled combe or hollow, was identified in the south-western corner of the site.

June 2016... Land North and South of Blundell's Road, Tiverton: updated

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in December 2014 on Land North and South of Blundell's Road, Tiverton, Devon. A total of seventeen trenches were excavated each targeting geophysical anomalies identified by an earlier geophysical survey.

June 2016... Land East of Tiverton, Devon (OASIS ID: cotswold2-154888): updated

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in October and November 2012 at land east of Tiverton, Devon. Thirty trenches were excavated. A pit cluster was identified. Radiocarbon analysis of charcoal fragments recovered from one of the pits indicates an Early Bronze Age date.

June 2016... Former Milber Down Abattoir, Newton Abbot (OASIS ID: cotswold2-228612)

An archaeological evaluation and a watching brief of associated geotechnical investigations was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in October and November 2014, at the Milber Down Abattoir site, Newton Abbot, Devon for Savills (UK) Ltd on behalf of Milber Developments Limited.

June 2016... Axe View, Wadbrook, Devon (OASIS ID: cotswold2-212112): updated

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in July 2015 on land at Axe View, Wadbrook, Devon. A Middle to Late Bronze Age sub oval enclosure and contemporary features were identified in the eastern part of the site. A probable Roman ditch was identified to the south.

June 2016... 3678 Land at Tithebarn Green (Redhayes) Exeter Devon: Archaeological Evaluation: updated

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in January 2012 on Land at Tithebarn Green (Redhayes), near Exeter, Devon. Seventeen trenches were excavated. The evaluation identified a number of archaeological features throughout the proposed development area which generally correlated well with the results of a preceding geophysical survey.

June 2016... 21 Waterloo Crescent, Bidford on Avon, Warwickshire. Archaeological Evaluation

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in February 2016 at 21 Waterloo Crescent, Bidford-on-Avon, Warwickshire.

June 2016... Historic Building Record: Timber-framed outbuilding at No 36 High Street, North Crawley, Buckinghamshire (OASIS ID: souterra1-250253)

Between the 18th and 29th of February 2016, a predetermination 'as found' record was made of a derelict 19th century timber-framed outbuilding at No. 36 High Street, North Crawley, Buckinghamshire. The building was erected by a professional carpenter/builder and was in existence by 1881. Part of the building was extensively restored and repaired in the 20th century.

June 2016... Barns at Hareston Farm, Brixton, Devon (OASIS ID - acarchae2-250519)

A heritage statement was prepared by AC archaeology for a group of agricultural buildings at Hareston Farm, Brixton, Devon. The farm is situated roughly equidistant between Ivybridge and Yealmpton and Brixton. The main architectural interest is in the early 20th-century new build of a model farm. This is a late example of purpose-built dairy farms of this type.

June 2016... Former Newton Abbot Isolation Hospital, Devon (OASIS ID: acarchae2-247718)

An historic building record of the former Newton Abbot Isolation Hospital was prepared by AC archaeology in March 2016 prior to the demolition of the buildings. The hospital opened in 1902 with the majority of the buildings dating from this time. It provided wards for Scarlet Fever and Typhoid.

June 2016... Terrestrial Mineral Resource, Cumbria

An assessment of the terrestrial mineral resources in Cumbria (excluding the two National Parks and Areas of Outstanding National Beauty) has been undertaken on behalf of Historic England (Project 6490), in partnership with Cumbria County Council. This was designed to assess the character, significance and range of sites of archaeological significance within areas that may potentially be affected by future aggregate extraction.

May 2016... West Midlands Regional Research Framework

The aims of the West Midlands Regional Research Framework are to provide a viable, realistic and effective academic basis for undertaking archaeological intervention, either as a result of developer-funded operations or to underpin future research designs. The Resource Audit identifies the nature and extent of the known database and the Research Assessment evaluates strengths, weaknesses and biases in the record. The outcome will enable curators to integrate appropriate research strategies within their specifications and ensure that contractors tender and operate in full awareness of local designs. Equally, it will inform museum curators, education officers and university staff and students with regard to the research parameters of the region.

May 2016... Netherwood Lodge Farm, Arbour Tree Lane, Chadwick End, Solihull: Archaeological Watching Brief 2010

Birmingham Archaeology was commissioned, in April 2010, by Benchmark Design & Build LLP to undertake an archaeological watching brief as a condition of planning consent for the demolition of an existing building and the construction of a new dwelling at Netherwood Lodge Farm, Arbour Tree Lane, Chadwick End, Solihull.

May 2016... Wroxeter Roman Vineyard, Wroxeter, Shropshire: Archaeological Evaluation 2010

In March 2010 Birmingham Archaeology was commissioned by Mr. David Millington, to undertake an archaeological evaluation to provide archaeological information ahead of a planning application for the construction of two bungalows at Wroxeter Roman Vineyard, Wroxeter, Shropshire. The evaluation involved the excavation of two trial trenches and found no archaeological features, deposits or finds, although two modern land drains were recorded.

May 2016... West Bromwich Town Centre, Sandwell: Archaeological Evaluation, 2010

Birmingham Archaeology was commissioned by Tesco Stores Ltd, to undertake a programme of archaeological evaluation, in November 2010, of land at West Bromwich town centre, Sandwell. The evaluation was requested by Sandwell MBC as a condition of planning permission (Planning Application reference DC/09/50896) in advance of the construction of a large retail store, food and drink uses, leisure and petrol filling station, together with the realignment of The Ringway access and other highway works, servicing, car parking, public realm, landscaping and other related works.

May 2016... Ward Block 10, Heartlands Hospital, Bordesley Green East, Birmingham, West Midlands: Historic Building Record

Birmingham Archaeology was commissioned in February 2010 by the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, to undertake an historic building record in respect of the Ward 10 building at Heartlands Hospital, Bordesley Green East, Birmingham, West Midlands. The programme of recording was required by the Birmingham City Council Planning Archaeologist in advance of demolition works related to the creation of a new Out Patients Department building at the site.

May 2016... St. Mary's Church, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire: Archaeological Evaluation 2009

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Birmingham Archaeology within the churchyard of St Mary's Church, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire in September 2009. The fieldwork was commissioned by the Parochial Church Council, with advice from Hook Mason Architects.

May 2016... Much Park Street, Coventry: Phase 2 Archaeological Evaluation

On instruction from Halcrow Group Ltd acting on behalf of Stoford Developments Ltd (for Severn Trent Water) Birmingham Archaeology undertook an archaeological evaluation at Much Park Street, Coventry (centred on NGR SP 33687866) between October 11th and 15th 2010. The evaluation work was undertaken to assess whether proposed landscaping of the site would affect below ground archaeological remains. A total of three trenches were excavated across the site to provide information regarding the survival of archaeological remains relating to industrial or manufacturing activities during the medieval or post medieval periods.

May 2016... Lea Quarries, Much Wenlock, Shropshire: Archaeological Record and Heritage Assessment

Birmingham Archaeology was commissioned in 2009 by The National Trust (West Midlands Region) to undertake an archaeological record and heritage assessment in respect of the disused Lea Quarries, Much Wenlock, Shropshire, to inform discussions regarding the possible future use of the quarry.

May 2016... Land to the Rear of the Three Tuns Public House, Long Street, Atherstone, Warwickshire: an archaeological evaluation and watching brief 2008

During March 2008 an archaeological evaluation and watching brief were undertaken by Birmingham Archaeology on land situated to the rear of the Three Tuns Inn, Long Street, Atherstone, Warwickshire.

May 2016... Land off Queen Street and Meeting Street, Wednesbury, Sandwell; An Archaeological Evaluation 2007

An archaeological evaluation of land off Queen Street and Meeting Street, Wednesbury, Sandwell (centred on NGR SO 9820 9580) was undertaken by Birmingham Archaeology in October 2007. The evaluation took place in advance of a proposed residential development and was sited to provide data concerning the development of Wednesbury from the medieval period to the present and, more specifically, to locate and record the remains of a Wesleyan Methodist chapel (SMR 13091) built in 1850 that stood on the site until the 1950s or 1960s.

May 2016... High Bullen Service Station, Wednesbury: Archaeological Investigations, 2008

Birmingham Archaeology was commissioned in August 2008 by SR Davis Architects, acting on behalf of William Morrison Supermarkets Plc, to undertake archaeological investigations in respect of a proposed refurbishment of High Bullen Service Station at High Bullen roundabout, to the northwest of Wednesbury town centre.

May 2016... Cobbs Lane, Guilden Morden, Cambridgeshire: Archaeological Evaluation

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Birmingham Archaeology in September 2009 at Cobbs Lane, Guilden Morden, Cambridgeshire. The evaluation was commissioned by the Cambridge Water Company in advance of the proposed installation of a replacement water pipe.

May 2016... Character Appraisal Study and Boundary Review of Factory Locks Conservation Area, Tipton

The purpose of the study to which this report relates has been to provide a comprehensive character assessment and objective appraisal of the current conservation area and surrounding area.

May 2016... High Farm, Halton Holegate, Lincolnshire

An archaeological excavation at High Farm, Halton Holegate, Lincolnshire (NGR TF41310 65650) was commissioned by Cirque Energy (UK) Ltd. The work was undertaken by Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit in July and August 2001, ahead of the construction of a temporary drill site.

May 2016... Land off Pershore Road, Eckington, Worcestershire: Archaeological Excavation 2007

Between September and October 2007 an archaeological excavation was carried out by Birmingham Archaeology on land situated off Pershore Road, Eckington, Worcestershire (centred on NGR S0 9213416) ahead of construction work for new housing.

May 2016... Land at 22 Coten End, Warwick

Birmingham Archaeology undertook a programme of archaeological watching brief between November 2007 and March 2008, during groundworks prior to the construction of a new building for mixed retail and residential use at 22 Coton End, Warwick (centred on NGR SP 2890 6520). A previous evaluation of the site was carried out by Birmingham Archaeology in August 2007.

May 2016... Longdales Road, Kings Norton, Birmingham: An Archaeological Evaluation 2007

Further archaeological work was undertaken at Longdales Road, Kings Norton, Birmingham (centred on NGR SP 05337761) by Birmingham Archaeology in June 2007 on instruction from Birmingham City Council. The work comprised trial-trenching adjoining the frontage of Icknield Street, and a small-scale salvage recording exercise adjoining an area excavated in 2006.

May 2016... Granary Wharf, Leeds: A Programme of Archaeological Investigations 2007

In January 2007 a programme of archaeological investigation was carried out at Granary Wharf, Leeds (NGR SE 2975 3320) by Birmingham Archaeology for Scott Wilson on behalf of Isis Waterside Regeneration. The archaeological recording was carried out prior to the groundworks for a mixed-use redevelopment of the site. Three trenches were excavated in the car park and hard-standing of Granary Wharf. The purpose of the project was to assess the character and state of the remains of three wooden sheds that occupied the site during the 19th century.

May 2016... Old Police House, Rocester, Staffordshire: Archaeological Evaluation 2006

Birmingham Archaeology was commissioned by Dr R.V.H. Aldridge to undertake a programme of trial trenching ahead of the proposed construction of a new doctors surgery at the Old Police House, Rocester, Staffordshire.

May 2016... Shrewsbury Abbey, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Shropshire: An Archaeological Investigation 2004

Archaeological investigation and recording was undertaken in advance of the construction of a new sewerage system in Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, crossing the precinct of Shrewsbury Abbey . The work was undertaken by Birmingham Archaeology on instruction from Severn Trent Water Ltd in Summer 2004. A total of five interventions was recorded.The new pipeline was drilled below-ground, at a sufficient depth to ensure that archaeological deposits within the abbey precinct were not disturbed.

May 2016... Archaeological Assessment of Wood End Farm, Sutton Road, Walsall

An archaeological assessment was carried out in April 2004 in advance of redevelopment proposals for land at Wood End Farm, Walsall.

May 2016... Hawkesley Farm Moat, Longbridge, Birmingham: Archaeological Watching Brief

An archaeological watching brief was undertaken at Hawkesley Farm Moat (SMR 02014 SAM 22), Munslow Grove, Longbridge, Birmingham (NGR SP 017 776) in March 2004.

May 2016... River Sow Improvement Scheme, The Mill, Mill Bank, Stafford

Excavation on the site of Stafford mill, immediately to the south of the medieval town and close to the river Sow, was undertaken by Birmingham Archaeology for Jackson Civil Engineering and the Environment Agency. The excavation recorded the well-preserved remains of a timber-framed structure comprising at least five phases, of which phases 1 and 4 were dated by dendrochronology to the late 12th and mid-16th century respectively.

May 2016... 86 The Green, Kings Norton: Archaeological Excavation

An archaeological evaluation revealed a relatively low level of archaeological activity. A post medieval structure, consisting of a wall and a cobbled surface, were encountered. Shallow pits and post holes were exposed with post-medieval finds.

May 2016... Salston Barton Farm, Ottery St Mary, Devon, Magnetometer Survey Report (OASIS ID - archaeol20-192946)

A detailed magnetometer survey was carried out by Archaeological Surveys Ltd on land at Salston Barton Farm, near Ottery St Mary in Devon. The results show a number of positive linear and rectilinear anomalies within the southern part of the site that may relate to cut, ditch-like features.

May 2016... Wormslade Farm, Clipston Road, Kelmarsh, Northamptonshire: Magnetometer Survey (OASIS ID: archaeol20-240941)

A detailed magnetometer survey was undertaken by Archaeological Surveys Ltd at the request of Border Archaeology on the site of a proposed anaerobic digestion biogas plant at Wormslade Farm near Clipston in Northamptonshire.

May 2016... Turks Head Junction, Honiton, Devon: Archaeological Watching Brief (OASIS ID: cotswold2-246395)

An archaeological watching brief was undertaken, as per an agreed WSI, by Cotswold Archaeology during groundworks associated with the development of the Turks Head Road Junction and the paths and verges surrounding it on behalf of Jacobs UK Ltd at the request of Stephen Reed, Senior Historic Environment Office, Devon County Council Historic Environment Team (DCCHET).

May 2016... Twentieth Century Naval Dockyards Devonport and Portsmouth: Characterisation Project

The project was designed to increase our overall understanding of the dockyard built environment by telling the national story of twentieth century dockyards and the particular narratives of Devonport and Portsmouth Dockyards

April 2016... London Archaeologist Journal

Volumes 13:07 to 13:12 have been added to the existing interface.

April 2016... Bibliography of the Vernacular Architecture Group

Another 800 references have been added to this valuable resource which now holds over 11,400 entries.

April 2016... A380 South Devon Link Road, Kingskerswell, Devon

Archaeological investigations along the route of the A380 South Devon Link Road, Kingskerswell, Devon, were undertaken by AC archaeology between October 2012 and June 2013. All works were carried out in advance of construction of the bypass.

April 2016... Medieval Britain and Ireland: 2010 and 2011

Reports for the fieldwork seasons of 2010 and 2011 have been added to the online database.

April 2016... Archaeological watching brief on soil investigations at The Gas Holder site, Britannia Road, Southampton (SOU1677)

Archaeological watching brief on soil investigations at The Gas Holder site exposed London Clay, Wittering Formation, River Terrace gravels and natural brickearth. In the higher southwest part of the site a number of the soil investigations found burnt flint suggesting possible prehistoric occupation.

April 2016... Archaeological Investigations at 84-88 Millbrook Road East, Southampton (SOU1629)

The aim of the investigations was to make a record of the building before demolition and then rescue any archaeology before construction work. The building consisted of five phases. The earliest, in the south-east of the site, was built some time between 1840 and 1883.

April 2016... Wiseburrow Farm, Wellington, Devon (OASIS ID - abherita1-208033)

An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment and Geophysical Survey were undertaken at Wiseburrow Farm, Wellington, Devon. The Archaeological Desk Based Assessment concluded that there was not likely to be significant impacts on below ground archaeology and that limited inter-visibility resulted in at most a negligible overall significance of effect with those designated buildings. The geophysical survey identified several possible anomalies which were interpreted as modern services, modern disturbance or metallic debris.

April 2016... Archaeological Excavations at Southampton New Arts Centre, Above Bar Street, Southampton (SOU1634)

Archaeology South East undertook a small excavation, which revealed evidence for multi-period (Early Medieval - Post Medieval) activity on site.

April 2016... Scawby Methodist Chapel, Scawby, Lincolnshire

This historic building record and photographic survey for the former Methodist Chapel at Scawby was carried out on 20 September 2015. Scawby Methodist Chapel is situated in the North Lincolnshire village of Scawby. The chapel is located adjacent to the south side of Chapel Lane, a minor road running through the village at NGR SE 968 054.

April 2016... Archaeological Investigations at 5 Bellevue Road, Southampton (SOU1615)

The Archaeology Unit of Southampton City Council carried out an archaeological watching brief on groundworks for a development by First Wessex Homes. The site was to the north of the medieval town of Southampton in an area where scattered finds from the prehistoric to the medieval period have been made.

March 2016... Reconstructing a Medieval Welsh Landscape: Exploring the Evidence of Nineteenth Century Field-Names and Land-Use Data in Landscape Archaeology

This project set out to provide two complimentary datasets through which the early and later medieval landscapes of the eastern Vale of Glamorgan can be explored. Firstly, the results of a computer-based 'predictive model' of early medieval settlement location, and secondly a comprehensive geodatabase of nineteenth century field-names and land-use information.

March 2016... Aspects of Suburban Landscapes: Inherited Landscapes & Suburban Greens 1850-2015

To provide the context and understanding needed for better appreciation, protection and management of suburbs, Historic England has initiated the ‘National Suburbs Project’, a research project on suburbs and suburban development from c.1850 to the present day.

March 2016... Land off Longlands, Repton, Derbyshire (OASIS ID: wessexar1-203538)

The evaluation comprised the excavation of seven, thirty metre long, trenches targeting anomalies identified by a geophysical survey and 'blank' areas. The only significant archaeological remains identified relate to a demolished Pillbox within Trench 3. The concrete base of Pillbox 3005 was identified and recorded.

March 2016... Bedlington Old School, Northumberland (OASIS ID: vindomor1-197083)

Bedlington Old School was built in 1874 as a Council Infants School, the building replacing Church Row, and continued in use as such into the 20th century. In 1932, the building was renovated and extended west. The school discontinued its intended use in 1974, when it became St. Cuthbert's Church Hall.

March 2016... Severn Street, Worcester, Worcestershire (OASIS IDs: wessexar1-181106 and wessexar1-220878)

Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by CgMs to undertake a programme of work as part of an ongoing scheme based at Severn Street. The work comprised an initial evaluation of two trenches, followed by a watching brief on trenches associated with piling and the excavation of service trenches for the development. Finally there was an excavation on the site of the former Royal Porcelain Works.

March 2016... The Gas Works, Powick, Worcestershire. Historic Building Recording (OASIS ID: headland3-241886)

An historic building recording project was undertaken of the remains of the former gas works for Powick Lunatic Asylum. Most of the buildings had been partly demolished for safety reasons before the work was undertaken. Of the four buildings recorded only Building 1 provided information assisting in the analysis of the complex.

March 2016... Land adjacent to Glebe Farm, Lutterworth: Archaeological Evaluation (OASIS ID: headland3-229714)

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Headland Archaeology (UK) Ltd during September and October 2015, at 'Land adjacent to Glebe Farm', Coventry Road, Lutterworth, where a total of 68 trenches were excavated.

March 2016... Historic Building Record: Outbuilding at No.46 High Street, North Crawley, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire (OASIS ID: souterra1-237559)

Between the 18th and 22nd of December 2015, an ‘as found’ record was made of a derelict 19th century timber-framed outbuilding at No. 46 High Street, North Crawley, Buckinghamshire. The archive provides a descriptive and illustrative account of observations, including photographs and scale elevations and plans.

March 2016... An Archaeological Building Recording of the former Railway Servants Orphanage, Stepping Lane, Derby (OASIS ID: archaeol5-226576)

In October 2015 Archaeological Research Services Ltd (ARS Ltd.) was commissioned by Simon Foote Architects on behalf of Kieran Mullin to undertake an archaeological building recording of the former Sanatorium building of the Railway Servants Orphanage at Stepping Lane, Derby. The building recording aimed to mitigate the impact of the conversion of the building into a number of residential apartments.

March 2016... Archaeological Evaluation of land at Erskine Court, Sutherland Road, Southampton (SOU1657)

The Archaeology Unit of Southampton City Council carried out an evaluation excavation at Erskine Court in May 2014. The work was commissioned by Drew Smith Ltd. The evaluation aims were to determine the extent, condition, nature, character, quality, and date of any archaeological remains encountered, as dictated by current best practice, in order for a decision to be made as to the need for further archaeological work.

March 2016... Sussex Archaeological Collections: volume 151

The articles for volume 151 (2013) are now available to download. Abstracts and supplementary material for volume 153 (2015) have also been added into the interface.

March 2016... MoD Bicester

A scheme of archaeological building recording was undertaken by Waterman Infrastructure & Environment Ltd (Waterman) for Graven Hill Village Development Company at Graven Hill, MoD Bicester, Oxfordshire. The site is located 1.5 km to the south of the centre of Bicester.

March 2016... An Archaeological Watching Brief at West Fenwick Farm, Northumberland (OASIS ID: archaeol5-218208)

An archaeological watching brief took place on a development re-purposing existing agricultural buildings into a residential unit. The watching brief identified a 14th-16th century wall which likely related to a domestic structure within the medieval village of Fenwick.

February 2016... Surrey Archaeological Society Research Volumes

Surrey Archaeological Society has deposited its Research Volumes with the ADS.

February 2016... Peterseat, Torry Battery and St Fittick's Church, Aberdeen

Excavations at Peterseat Anti-Aircraft (Ack-Ack) Battery later converted as a Prisoner of War Camp (Nigg Hostel), Torry Battery, a mid 19th-century battery used during the First and Second World Wars and St Fittick's Church, dating back to the 12th century.

February 2016... Council for British Research in the Levant Archaeological Monographs: updated

The collection has been updated with the volume "Early Village Life at Beidha, Jordan : Neolithic Spatial Organization and Vernacular Architecture: The Excavations of Mrs Diana Kirkbride-Helbæk".

February 2016... Surrey Archaeological Collections: updated

The collection has been updated with volumes 67 to 90.

February 2016... Land at Mosshayne Farm, Pinhoe, Devon. Archaeological Evaluation

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken by Cotswold Archaeology in January 2015 for CgMs Consulting Limited at the 45.12 hectare site of Mosshayne Farm, Tithebarn Lane, Pinhoe, Devon. A total of 12 trial trenches were excavated on the location of known geophysical anomalies and aerial photographic evidence as a first phase of archaeological evaluation of the site.



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