Land at 12-18 Hulse Road, Southampton. Archaeological Watching Brief (SOU1689) (OASIS ID: wessexar1-230201)

Wessex Archaeology, 2019

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Introduction

Land at 12-18 Hulse Road, Southampton. Archaeological Watching Brief (SOU1689) (OASIS ID: wessexar1-230201)

Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by Persimmon Homes South Coast to undertake an archaeological watching brief during the initial groundworks associated with the proposed redevelopment of land at 12 - 18 Hulse Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO15 2GS (NGR 441853 113522). The watching brief was carried out intermittently between 26th August and the 3rd November 2015. The Site has been proposed for residential development, namely the demolition of the existing buildings and the construction of eight houses and 36 flats.

The groundworks comprised of the monitoring of the excavation of the foundation trenches for the proposed new buildings. The archaeological watching brief identified no archaeological features, deposits, or artefacts. Given the disturbed nature of the site due to past landscaping and redevelopment, it is probable that the archaeological horizon has had a large degree of disturbance and may not be present.