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Year of Publication (End): 2016
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C Cox
2003
Duncan Hawkins
An Archaeological Monitoring Exercise, land at Salts Avenue, Loose, nr. Maidstone, Kent ME15 0AY
2009
R Bourn
2006
M Smith
Archaeological Desk Based Assessment
2013
M Bennett-Samuels
Desk Based Assessement in advance residential development.
2007
R Morse
2013
M Bennett-Samuels
Archaeological desk-based assessment of land at St Johns, Narborough in advance of development
2007
Robert Smith
2011
P Chadwick
S Dicks
2010
H Smalley
DBA
2013
J Gidman
Desk-based Assessment of land at Batson Cross, Salcombe, Devon
2013
N Shepherd
Archaeological Desk-based Assessment of land near Yealmpton, Plymouth
2013
Anon
2007
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A field evaluation consisting of six hand excavated trenches was carried out. Roman deposits were found in five trenches located in the garden area located to the rear of the property. In each trench Roman remains dated to between the 2nd and 3rd century AD were sealed by a post-medieval cultivation soil that was in turn overlain by the modern topsoil. The remains themselves were probably related to Roman settlement deposits unearthed during excavations at Leaderwell House in the 1930s, bounding the south and west side of the site and again in the 1990s, when substantial excavations were carried out to the north of the site during the construction of a new housing estate and access road. [Au(abr)]
2005
R Lewis
Recording of a two-storey terrace of eight standing and two demolished dwellings, prior to re-development. The recording exercise is a requirement of a condition of planning permission.
2009
Simon Stronach
A Level 1-2 historic building survey was undertaken at the former Barnton Hotel, Edinburgh prior to conversion. The hotel was built in 1896 and is a Category C listed structure prominently located at a key road entry into Edinburgh. It was derelict at the time of survey and consisted of a rectangular 3-storey sandstone building with a central tower and basement. The interior of the hotel had been extensively altered, especially during the latter part of its use. The decoration recorded during this survey was created toward the end of the 20th century and frequently covered or removed original Victorian finishes. Original features were restricted to joinery, coving and cornices. The survey has provided a photographic and written record of the structure prior to renovation, which provides some insight into its internal organisation, decoration and, more generally, its role in the wider community.
2013
M Lillie
Robert Smith
Results of geo-archaeological borehole survey undertaken at May Farm, Littleport, Cambridgeshire. It involved excavation of 14 boreholes to provide a site-wide cross section of the sediments beneath the proposed development site.
2011
P Chadwick
S Dicks
2010
R Morse
2013
Simon Stronach
An impact assessment was carried out to identify and assess the potential impacts of a proposed 34m to tip turbine at Lower Longcombe, South Hams, upon heritage assets. The assessment considered the potential impacts of construction on the physical fabric of assets and upon the setting of designated assets. No construction impacts upon previously recorded heritage assets were identified. It has been concluded that there is some potential for previously unrecorded archaeological assets to be present in the general area. However, the area covered by the construction footprint is relatively small and it is concluded that the potential for such features to be affected by the development is negligible. Therefore no further work was proposed.
2014
 
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