Caves of Nottingham Regeneration Project

Trent and Peak Archaeology, SLR Consulting, 2020

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Introduction

Caves of Nottingham Regeneration Project

The Caves of Nottingham Regeneration Project (Historic England Project 5866) ran from 2010 to 2020 and aimed to advance understanding of the caves through investigation and laser‐based recording of selected cave systems and wider analysis of the whole dataset, provide a publicly‐accessible archive to assist with their management in the planning process and in other ways, and promote them to the public through visualisation.

The assessment report and introduction to the archive are available from the ADS. The full archive, including laser survey data, is lodged with Nottingham City HER and the British Geological Survey.


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