Site Data from a Geophysical Survey at Gate Burton Energy Park, Lincolnshire February to April 2022

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A geophysical (magnetometer) survey was undertaken on approximately 280 hectares of land located to the south-east of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire.

The majority of the anomalies recorded are agricultural including field drains, ridge and furrow cultivation, modern ploughing and former field boundaries. Archaeological anomalies have been recorded which show what appear to be a set of enclosures of a likely medieval date. Possible archaeological anomalies have also been recorded which may indicate further areas of activity.

Based on the geophysical survey, the archaeological potential of the Site is deemed to be high in Field 45 and low elsewhere.


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