Wragg, K., (2011). Development at Rear of 'Sunnydene', North Street, Middle Rasen, Lincolnshire. Lincs Archaeo-tech.

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Development at Rear of 'Sunnydene', North Street, Middle Rasen, Lincolnshire
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Lincs Archaeo-tech unpublished report series
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lincsarc1-101378_1.pdf (4 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1031777
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The site lies at the north-west corner of Middle Rasen in a part of the village originally known as Middle Rasen Tupholme, 200m to the west of the parish church. The somewhat irregularly-shaped plot is based around a rectangular core measuring approximately 20m (N-S) x 38m (E-W), and is bounded by an orchard to the north and existing properties, gardens and fields to the remaining sides. Prior to redevelopment, the site was laid to coarse grass with the remains of a storage building also present along its northern side. Planning permission to demolish this building and erect a dormer bungalow and garage was granted by West Lindsey District Council with a condition requiring the 'implementation of a programme of archaeological work'. The Lincolnshire County Council planning archaeologist determined that a scheme of archaeological works entailing the monitoring of all topsoil stripping, and the recording of any archaeological remains revealed, be undertaken in conjunction with the developer's groundworks. Lincs Archaeo-tech was commissioned by Turnkey Developments Ltd. to provide the required archaeological services, with site attendance undertaken on the 15th and 16th of March 2011. In spite of the site's apparent archaeological potential, however, the results ultimately provided no evidence for ancient occupation. Of the five features revealed, three almost certainly date to the very recent past, while the remaining two are unlikely to date to earlier than the beginning of the 20th century. In a similar vein, the deposits uncovered were all either undated, or of modern or natural origin.
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K Wragg
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Lincs Archaeo-tech
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Lincolnshire HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2011
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Site: Development at Rear of 'Sunnydene', North Street, Middle Rasen, Lincolnshire
County: LINCOLNSHIRE
District: WEST LINDSEY
Parish: MIDDLE RASEN
Country: England
Grid Reference: 508520, 389450 (Easting, Northing)
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OASIS Id: lincsarc1-101378
OBIB: LAT Archaeological Report 40
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Comb-bound portrait-format A4 report with card covers
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01 Feb 2018
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