Archaeological Investigation and Building Recording at Land to the rear of Charles Cotton Hotel, Hartington (OASIS ID: commerci1-398945)

Avalon Heritage Ltd, 2020

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Introduction

Archaeological Investigation and Building Recording at Land to the rear of Charles Cotton Hotel, Hartington (OASIS ID: commerci1-398945)

This collection comprises a watching brief report and site photographs from a building recording survey and watching brief carried out in February and March 2019 during the clearance of a former farmyard and renovation of former agricultural buildings for residential use.

Avalon Heritage Ltd (AHL) was commissioned to undertake a programme of archaeological investigation and building recording imposed as a condition of planning consent by the Peak District National Park Authority (PDNPA, NP/DDD/0718/0657) for the conversion of three stone-built former agricultural buildings to residential use and the replacement of an existing metal barn with a new building as well as a new access track off Stonewell Lane.

Specifically, the planning condition required a level 2/3 building recording on the extant agricultural buildings, a watching brief during any groundworks associated with the development and a Strip, Map and Sample (SMS) in the footprint of the new building which will replace the metal barn. A Heritage Impact Assessment which assessed the significance of and impact on heritage assets within the site boundary was prepared by AHL in 2018. Subsequently, post-determination of the planning application the PDNPA Senior Conservation Archaeologist, required a Written Scheme of Investigation to be prepared for approval relating to the conditioned programme of archaeological monitoring and building recording.


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