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Post Excavation Section
Northern Archaeological Associates
Harmire Enterprise Park
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Northern Archaeological Associates (2016) Lowside Farm, Hilton, Teesdale, Durham (OASIS ID: northern1-262910) [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] (doi:10.5284/1040795)
Northern Archaeological Associates Ltd (NAA) was commissioned to undertake a phase of archaeological building recording of a historic barn (referred to as Unit 3) at Lowside Farm, Hilton, County Durham. Planning permission was granted for the development of the site (Planning Ref DM/16/01886/FPA) subject to a condition requiring a programme of building recording and analysis being undertaken prior to the conversion. The report provides a Historic England Level 1 'basic visual' record of the Grade II listed Barn (Unit 3) at Lowside Farm, Hilton.