Assessment of archaeological resource in aggregate areas in the London borough of Havering

Museum of London Archaeology, 2011

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Museum of London Archaeology (2011) Assessment of archaeological resource in aggregate areas in the London borough of Havering [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor]

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The 'Assessment of archaeological resource in aggregate areas in the London Borough of Havering' project was undertaken by Museum of London Archaeology and London Borough of Havering, with funding from the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund administered by English Heritage. The primary aim of the project was to improve knowledge of the archaeological resource of the aggregate producing areas of Havering in order to provide the appropriate tools to facilitate strategic planning decisions, and the management and preservation of archaeological sites and historic landscapes within those areas.

The project was primarily a GIS-based data analysis of available archaeological data; it identified, characterised and digitally mapped, available information on Havering's archaeological resource in areas of past, present and potential future aggregates extraction. This was intended to enhance existing baseline data, to improve archaeological mitigation of future extraction proposals in the borough, and to increase public, industry and other stakeholders' awareness of the archaeology and historic landscapes within the aggregates areas.

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