Land Warfare Centre, Warminster (OASIS id: wessexar1-92170)

Wessex Archaeology, 2011

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Introduction

Land Warfare Centre, Warminster (OASIS id: wessexar1-92170)

Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by Aspire Defence Capital Works (the Client) to undertake an archaeological watching brief during groundworks at WXC605, WT0609 and WT0610, Land Warfare Centre, Warminster, Wiltshire, centred on National Grid Reference 388933 146378 (hereafter, the Site). The development comprised the formation of a car park (WXC605) and the construction of two accommodation buildings (WT0609 and WT0610) within the northern half of the camp. A planning condition for an archaeological watching brief was attached to the planning permission granted by Wiltshire Council. The watching brief at WXC605 consisted of the monitoring of the excavation of three service trenches, four test pits and the topsoil removal of the proposed car park. The fieldwork in WT0609 and WT0610 comprised the machine excavation of service trenches and an area strip. No archaeological features, deposits or finds were observed during the fieldwork. The watching brief was undertaken on 13th May 2010 (WXC605) and 5th August 2010 (WT0609 and WT0610).