An Archaeological Evaluation on land adjacent to Chesterfield County Court House, Chesterfield, Derbyshire (OASIS ID: archaeol5-367921)

Caitlin Halton, Shannon Birds, 2020

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Introduction

An Archaeological Evaluation on land adjacent to Chesterfield County Court House, Chesterfield, Derbyshire (OASIS ID: archaeol5-367921)

Archaeological Research Services Ltd was commissioned by County Developments Ltd to undertake an archaeological evaluation at land adjacent to the former Chesterfield County Court, Spa Lane, Chesterfield, S41 7TH. The evaluation was in advance of the determination of planning application (CHE/19/00229/FUL) for an extension to the County Court building to provider a further 3 apartments and internal configurations.

The evaluation was undertaken on the 20th September 2019, in accordance with a written scheme of works agreed with the Derbyshire County Archaeologist (DCA).

The evaluation comprised four trenches that were sited to investigate the edges of the proposed development in order to determine if any undisturbed deposits could survive within the footprint of the proposed development, either within out outside the 1976 excavation area. Trenches two and three identified the eastern and western extent of the 1976 trench edge whilst trenches one and four also confirmed that the ground had previously been disturbed by the previous excavation.


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