47A Bevois Valley Road, Southampton (SOU1653). Archaeological Watching Brief (OASIS ID: thamesva1-182552)

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47A Bevois Valley Road, Southampton (SOU1653). Archaeological Watching Brief (OASIS ID: thamesva1-182552)

This archive documents the results of an archaeological watching brief carried out at 47a Bevois Valley Road, Southampton, Hampshire. The work was commissioned by Mr Chris Edmonds, of Edmonds Associates, on behalf of the Radian Group.

Planning permission (13/00295/FUL) has been gained from Southampton City Council for redevelopment of the site for the construction of six new apartments. The work took place during groundworks as a result of the possibility of damage or destruction of archaeological deposits. The field investigation was carried out to a specification approved by Mr Kevin White, Southampton City Archaeologist. The archive is presently held at Thames Valley Archaeological Services, Reading and will be deposited at Southampton City Museum.

A single pit of late post-medieval date was observed in a foundation trench dug on the south west of the site. The groundworks to the south exposed the natural geology whereas those to the north did not. No deposits of archaeological interest were recorded.