Wessex Archaeology (2016). Project Nemo UK-Belgium Electrical Interconnector Richborough to West Zeebrugge: Archaeological Environmental Impact Assessment: Volume II: Appendices. Wessex Archaeology. https://doi.org/10.5284/1052792. Cite this using datacite

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Project Nemo UK-Belgium Electrical Interconnector Richborough to West Zeebrugge: Archaeological Environmental Impact Assessment: Volume II: Appendices
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Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by PMSS, on behalf of Elia Asset S.A. and National Grid International Ltd. to carry out an archaeological desk-based assessment for the Project Nemo UK-Belgium Electrical Interconnector cable route. The cable extended approximately 130 km between Pegwell Bay in Kent to West-Zeebrugge in Belgium, and the cable route was buffered by 500 m on either side to produce a study area. At the Kent landfall, there were two listed buildings and 67 other archaeological sites and findspots, dating from the Neolithic to modern period. In English, French and Belgian Waters, there were: 8 sites of anthropogenic origin identified or confirmed with archaeological assessment of geophysical survey data (3 wrecks recorded by UKHO, SHOM and VIOE, 1 previously unrecorded wreck site and 4 further geophysical anomalies of archaeological interest); 254 additional geophysical anomalies of possible archaeological interest; a number of channels of probable prehistoric date and potential archaeological interest; and 24 additional wrecks recorded by UKHO, SHOM and VIOE but outside of the geophysical survey coverage. At the Belgian landfall there were 37 archaeological sites and findspots dating from the Roman period to the modern period, plus numerous findspots on the beach. The baseline assessment also revealed further potential for as yet undiscovered sites and material dating from the Palaeolithic to the modern period, including terrestrial sites and findspots, submerged prehistoric material, shipwrecks, aircraft crash sites and related material.
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Wessex Archaeology
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2016
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Site: Project Nemo UK-Belgium Electrical Interconnector Richborough to West Zeebrugge
County: KENT
District: MARITIME (BELOW MLWS)
Parish: MARITIME (BELOW MLWS)
Country: England
Grid Reference: 633980, 164120 (Easting, Northing)
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OBIB: 73390.03
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17 Jun 2019