England's Historic Seascapes: Scarborough to Hartlepool

Cornwall Council, 2007

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Introduction

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The Scarborough to Hartlepool and adjacent marine zones project was undertaken by Cornwall County Council's Historic Environment Service and funded by the Marine Aggregates Levy Sustainability fund as distributed by English Heritage. The project applies a Historic Seascapes Characterisation (HSC) to the coastal, inter-tidal and marine zones of North Yorkshire and Teeside, from Scarborough to Hartlepool as part of the England's Historic Seascapes project as one of four pilot projects of varying coastal and marine contexts designed to test and develop the methodology initially designed by Wessex Archaeology in Liverpool Bay.

The HSC aims to provide a base survey that will contextualise the archaeological and historical resource to better inform marine spatial planning and encourage the sustainable future use and management of the marine environment.

To view the reports from the other Seascapes projects, please follow the links below:

More information on the English Heritage Historic Seascapes Project - including the 2008 National HSC Method statement - can be found at the ALSF Seascapes page