Land off Tatenhill Lane, Branston Archaeological Evaluation Report (OASIS ID: oxfordar1-298448)

Oxford Archaeology (South), 2017

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Introduction

Land off Tatenhill Lane, Branston Archaeological Evaluation Report (OASIS ID: oxfordar1-298448)

Oxford Archaeology was commissioned by Lioncourt Homes to undertake an archaeological evaluation, comprising eleven trenches, on Land off Tatenhill Lane, Branston (NGR SK 21735 21135) as a condition of planning permission for a housing development. The evaluation was carried out between the 20th-22nd February 2017. A geophysical survey was conducted in advance of the evaluation, which identified several anomalies. All but one of the trenches targeted these anomalies. The evaluation revealed that the geophysical anomalies represented geological variations, surface disturbance and land drains. The only archaeological features were two shallow ditches which, although undated, were of modern character and probably represented a garden plot. No other archaeological features were revealed during the course of the evaluation.