Sturgess, J., (2013). Roseland Parc, Penlee House walled garden,Tregony, Cornwall, archaeological assessment. Cornwall Archaeological Unit.

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Roseland Parc, Penlee House walled garden,Tregony, Cornwall, archaeological assessment
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Cornwall Council Historic Environment Service unpublished report series
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cornwall2-145217_1.pdf (1 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1022836
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Report (in Series)
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The proposed development at Penlee House (Roseland Parc) lies on the east side of Tregony immediately east of Penlee House (now Penlee Nursing Home) at NGR SW 9277 4498. The area comprises a 19th century walled garden and part of an ornamental garden, formerly within the grounds of Penlee House and covers an area of approximately 0.2 hectares. Historic Environment Projects, Cornwall Council were commissioned by Rosie Rogers on behalf of Tetlow King Planning to carry out an archaeological assessment to support a future planning application for the proposed development. A total of 18 sites were identified during the desk-based assessment within and in close proximity to the development area. These are mainly sites associated with the 19th century gardens of Penlee house. The whole development area lies within the Conservation Area of Tregony and Penlee House itself (site 2) is a Grade II listed building. Archaeological sites identified during the assessment within and in close proximity to the proposed development area are of Regional and Local importance. Romano-British sites existing within the wider landscape indicate that there is potential for the presence of below-ground remains associated with Romano-British activity within the assessment area. Below-ground evidence of medieval and post-medieval activity may also survive. Because the assessment area is set within a 19th century walled garden and ornamental garden, remains of features associated with these are likely to be present below ground.
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J Sturgess
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Cornwall Archaeological Unit
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Cornwall and Scilly HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2013
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Site: Penlee House walled garden assessment
Parish: TREGONEY
District: CARRICK
County: CORNWALL
Country: England
Location - Auto Detected: Penlee House Roseland Parc
Grid Reference: 192770, 44980 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: None Uncertain
Monus: Garden Post Medieval
Medieval
Medieval
Temporal - Auto Detected: 19th Century
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OASIS Id: cornwall2-145217
OBIB: 2013RO14
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A4 bound document
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25 Nov 2016
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