Hyder Consulting, (2009). Archaeological Impact Assessment in support of an application for a docking station on the carriageway opposit to: Caring Cross Police Station on William IV Street, WC2. Cresswell Associates.

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Archaeological Impact Assessment in support of an application for a docking station on the carriageway opposit to: Caring Cross Police Station on William IV Street, WC2
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Cresswell Associates unpublished report series
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1007164
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Transport for London (TfL) has been tasked with implementing the Cycle Hire Scheme within central London by summer 2010. Approximately 10, 200 docking points at around 400 sites at a density of approximately nine sites per square kilometre are required. An Archaeological Impact Assessments was carried out, for sites where it was deemed necessary, to identify if further archaeological investigation would be required. A generic Written Scheme of Investigation was written for all sites requiring further archaeological investigation. Docking station 01/615095 was deemed to need further archaeological investigation. This investigation consisted of an archaeological watching brief during the goundworks for the docking station. Initially 4 trail pits were excavated along the length of the docking station footprint. No archaeological features were observed within these trial pits. The trail pits showed that made ground, associated with the construction of the road, went to the maximum depth of the docking station foundations. The road ran the whole footprint of the docking station so further archaeological monitoring of the groundworks was not deemed necessary.
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Hyder Consulting
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Cresswell Associates
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Greater London HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2009
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Site: 01/615095
County: GREATER LONDON
District: CITY OF WESTMINSTER
Parish: CITY OF WESTMINSTER
Country: England
Grid Reference: 530200, 180600 (Easting, Northing)
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OASIS Id: cresswel1-80793
OBIB: Site code: LN40527, Reference Number 01/615095
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Archaeological Impact Assessment for the Cycle Hire docking station 01/615095.
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01 Feb 2018
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