49 High Street, Kings Langley, Hertfordshire. Archaeological Monitoring (OASIS ID: heritage1-259195)

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Introduction

49 High Street, Kings Langley, Hertfordshire. Archaeological Monitoring (OASIS ID: heritage1-259195)

In response to a condition on planning consent for the construction of a garden wall, detached garage, vehicle turntable and associated landscaping and services at 49 High Street, Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, the Heritage Network was commissioned to undertake a programme of archaeological monitoring of the groundworks. Monitoring of the development groundworks revealed a brick wall foundation possibly relating to the building shown on the site on 19th and 20th mapping. This had been demolished in the mid 20th century. The trench sections revealed topsoil over a considerable depth of overburden, suggesting that the site had been levelled and built up again prior to the construction of the building. No other archaeological features, deposits or artefacts of archaeological significance were observed during the course of this project.