Suffolk: assessment of archaeological resource in aggregate areas

Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, 2010

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Introduction

Anglo-Saxon sites

The Suffolk aggregates project was undertaken by Suffolk County Council Archaeology Service and funded by English Heritage from the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund (ALSF).

The project was designed to improve the information available to Suffolk County Council for making decisions about archaeological mitigation in response to current and future aggregate industry applications. As a result of this initial work, a detailed management framework was produced to identify gaps in knowledge, identify areas of greatest future potential, define research themes and to propose future research.It also included a substantial National Mapping Programme (NMP) element; the area covered by the NMP include the Felixstowe peninsula and the Waveney valley.