Dolphin Hotel, 34-35 High Street, Southampton. Archaeological Evaluation. (SOU1248)

Wessex Archaeology, 2018

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Introduction

Dolphin Hotel, 34-35 High Street, Southampton. Archaeological Evaluation. (SOU1248)

Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by Alan Leather Associates, acting on behalf of the owners of the Dolphin Hotel, High Street, Southampton, to undertake an archaeological evaluation. The owners have applied for outline planning permission (Southampton City Council heritage Conservation no. 593) to develop the car park of the Dolphin Hotel. The proposed development of the 'Back of the Walls' frontage (Currently used as a car park) with the focus of the development at he eastern end of the property. just inside what would have been the walled boundary of the Medieval town of Southampton. The national Grid Reference is 442080 111351. Fieldwork was undertaken between 22nd April - 9th May 2003.

The physical archive has been deposited at Southampton City Museum with the accession/site code SOU1248.