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AB Heritage Limited (2014) 214 Lambeth Road, London: Desk-Based Assessment. Taunton: AB Heritage Limited

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Title214 Lambeth Road, London: Desk-Based Assessment
AuthorsAB Heritage Limited
ProducerAB Heritage Limited
Place of productionTaunton

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Site details

Site nameLambeth Road, Greater London
Grid reference TQ 30811 79065 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
RECTORYPost Medieval

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DescriptionAn archaeological desk-based assessment was carried out by AB Heritage on land at 214 Lambeth Road, Lambeth, London.The proposed development site is currently occupied by an old rectory building, which is Grade II Listed. Based on the known historical development of the proposed development site and surrounding study area his is likely to take the form of remains associated with former building on the site, which may have included the site of the pound of the Lambeth Manor (now Lambeth Palace). There is also the potential for the recovery of features of all other dates, including other features relating to the development of the land surrounding Lambeth Palace. With regard to the below ground archaeological resource it is proposed that an archaeological evaluation is undertaken in advance of proposed development.
Associated identifier abherita1-195907